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Titus Statilius Maximus was a Roman senator of the 2nd century AD. He was consul in the year 144 as the colleague of Lucius Hedius Rufus Lollianus Avitus.[1] He is known entirely from inscriptions.

Maximus was descended from a wealthy Syrian family; Géza Alföldy has identified two of his relatives active in that province, one the patron of Heliopolis (modern Baalbek), the other a prominent citizen of Beirut.[2] He was the son of Titus Statilius Maximus Severus Hadrianus, consul in 115.[3] It is possible Maximus was the father of Titus Statilius Severus, consul in 171.[4]

We are certain of two of the offices Maximus held as a senator, both after he stepped down from the consulate. Maximus is attested as curator aedium sacrarum in the year 146.[5] For the period 157/158, he was proconsular governor of Asia.[6]


  1. ^ Werner Eck, "Die Fasti consulares der Regungszeit des Antoninus Pius, eine Bestandsaufnahme seit Géza Alföldys Konsulat und Senatorenstand" in Studia epigraphica in memoriam Géza Alföldy, hg. W. Eck, B. Feher, and P. Kovács (Bonn, 2013), p. 74
  2. ^ Alföldy, Konsulat und Senatorenstand unter der Antoninen (Bonn: Rudolf Habelt Verlag, 1977), p. 319
  3. ^ Alföldy, Konsulat und Senatorenstand, p. 323
  4. ^ Alföldy, Konsulat und Senatorenstand, p. 325
  5. ^ Alföldy, Konsulat und Senatorenstand, p. 323
  6. ^ Der Neue Pauly, Stuttgardiae 1999, T. 11, c. 923
Political offices
Preceded by
Quintus Junius Calamus,
and Marcus Valerius Junianus

as suffect consuls
Consul of the Roman Empire
with Lucius Hedius Rufus Lollianus Avitus
Succeeded by
Lucius Aemilius Carus,
and Quintus Egrilius Plarianus

as suffect consuls