Maximus (Hellenised as Maximos) is the Latin term for "greatest" or "largest". In this connection it is used to refer to:

  • Circus Maximus (disambiguation)
  • Pontifex Maximus, the highest priest of the ancient Roman College of Pontiffs

It was also a common name.

Not a Roman first name.

Read more about Maximus:  Other, Taxonomy

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Maximus - Taxonomy
... Latin binomial abbreviations for species A ... maximus (disambiguation) C ...
Severus Of Naples
... He is considered the twelfth bishop of Naples, succeeding Maximus ... Maximus is actually considered the 10th bishop by the Catholic Church between the episcopates of Maximus and Severus was the episcopate of Zosimus, who was ... translated the relics of his predecessor Maximus ...
List Of Elephant Birds - Species
... maximus, but the validity of some is disputed, with numerous authors treating them all in just one species, A ... maximus ... Aepyornis Aepyornis gracilis Aepyornis hildebrandti Aepyornis mulleri Aepyornis maximus Aepyornis modestus Aepyornis ingens Aepyornis titan Aepyornis medius Aepyornis ...
Africanus Fabius Maximus
... Africanus Fabius Maximus was the younger son of Quintus Fabius Maximus (consul 45BCE) and an unknown wife ... commonly referred to as 'Africanus Fabius Maximus', it remains unclear whether that was his official name or whether it was 'Quintus Fabius Maximus ... His elder brother was Paullus Fabius Maximus (consul 11BCE) and his sister was Fabia Paullina, who married Marcus Titius ...
Lucius Laberius Maximus
... Lucius Laberius Maximus (date of birth or death unknown) was a Roman governor of the Egypt province in 83, and prefect of the imperial bodyguard, known as the Praetorian Guard, during the reign ... to achieving these positions, Laberius Maximus had also successfully completed a term as Praefectus annonae, or the prefect in charge of the grain supply of Rome ... With this career, Maximus distinguished himself by attaining the highest offices open to Romans of the equestrian class ...