The annexed stemma exhibits all the persons of this name descended from the consul of B. C. 302.
The only two sons that Paulus Macedonicus left were adopted into other gentes, and the family-name in consequence perished with him.
It was, however, revived at a later period in the family of the Lepidi, who belonged to the sane gens, and was first borne by L. Aemilius Paulus, the brother of the triumvir ; but as this Aemilius and his descendants belonged to the family of the Lepidi, and not to that of the Pauli, they are inserted under the former head. [LEPIDUS, Nos. 16, 19, 22.]