Aemilia (c. 100 BC, † 82 BC) was the only daughter of Marcus Aemilius Scaurus older and his wife Caecilia Metella.
At birth Scaurus was about 60 years old and as princeps senatus, the speaker of the Roman Senate and one of the most important leaders of the Roman Republic. After her father's death her mother Lucius Cornelius Sulla Felix, who took care of the education and the assets of his stepdaughter, but she also used for political alliances married.
In 82 Aemilia was married to Manius Acilius Glabrio and pregnant when her husband criticized the policy of the dictator, after Sulla forced the divorce and Aemilia immediately afterwards married to Pompey. The marriage promoted Pompey's political career, especially Aemilia aristocratic patrician, he, however, came from a family that had recently achieved senatorial rank. However Aemilia died after a short time at the birth of the child she was expecting her first husband.