Marcus Pupienus Africanus Maximus

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Marcus Pupienus Africanus Maximus (c. 200 – aft. 236) was a Roman politician.

He was the son of Pupienus, later Emperor, and wife Sextia Cethegilla.[citation needed]

He was Consul Ordinarius in 236 joint with Emperor Maximinus I (Thrax).

He married Cornelia Marullina, born c. 205, daughter of Lucius Cornelius Cossonius Scipio Salvidius Orfitus and wife, and had two children: Pupiena Sextia Paulina Cethegilla, born c. 225 and named after her paternal aunt, who married Marcus Maecius Probus, and Publius Pupienus Maximus.

Political offices
Preceded by
Gnaeus Claudius Severus,
Titus Claudius Quintianus
Consul of the Roman Empire
236
with Maximinus Thrax
Succeeded by
Lucius Marius Perpetuus ,
Lucius Mummius Felix Cornelianus

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