Marcus Aedilies was only ever mentioned briefly in Highlander: The Series, during the first of the finale episodes, To Be, when Methos was hanging out with Joe after hours at his bar, and correcting errors in the Chronicle he claimed to have witnessed: "Hey, you ask, I tell you."
Aedilies was born in Rome 168 B.C. He worked as an tax collector. He died his first death in 131 B.C. when he was trampled in a crowd.
Aedilies was remembered as a coward and weakling in battle. In his profession he was greedy and dishonest. In the year 74 B.C. he beheaded Titus Marconus in in a surprise victory. Methos voiced disappointment in the result as he'd had 'a tidy sum' wagered on Marconus.
In the year AD 176 he encountered the Immortal Athanasius, in Rome, and was not so lucky. He lost his head.
- Aedilies was only mentioned in the episode, To Be. His photo and life story are from the Watcher's Chronicles CD-ROM
- As his killer the CD-ROM mentions an Immortal called "Athanasius"