Aëtius, Flavius (396?-454), a Roman general who protected Gaul against repeated barbarian attacks. He repulsed the Visigoths, threw back the Franks, and in 451 won his most famous victory—over Attila's Huns at the battle of Châlons. Through intrigue and murder, Aëtius made himself actual ruler of the Roman Empire during the reign of Valentinian III. He was finally stabbed to death by the emperor.
Titus, (40 - 81 A.D.), a Roman emperor. His full name was Titus Flavius Sabinus Vespasianus; he was the son of Vespasian.
Agrippa, Marcus Vipsanius (6-12 B.C.), a Roman general and statesman. He was of humble birth but became the leading general, chief adviser, and son-in-law of Octavian, who became the emperor Augustus.