Aemĭlĭānus, a, um, adj. [Aemilius], relating to the Æmilian gens, Æmilian. Thus Scipio Africanus Minor, the son of Paulus Aemilius, was called Aemilianus, Vell. 1, 10; Flor. 2, 15.
In neutr. plur.: Aemĭlĭāna (sc. aedificia or loca), a place just out of Rome, not far from the Campus Martius, perh. thus named in honor of Scipio Aemilianus, Varr. R. R. 3, 2. There was also, in the seventh region of the city of Rome, an Aemilian street, Sext. Ruf. do Reg. Urb. Rom.; from