Valerius Maximus Basilius
He was the son of Lucius Valerius Maximus Basilius and second wife Vulcacia. He married Saint Melania the Elder or Maior, one of the wealthiest citizens of the empire, born in Hispania, when she was fourteen, and they lived in the suburbs of Rome. When his wife was twenty-two, he and two of their three sons died of disease; Melania moved to Rome with their remaining son, and she became a Christian.
Valerius Maximus Basilius's surviving son, Valerius Publicola (or Poplicola), married Caeionia Albina, born ca. 368 to Caeionius Rufius Albinus. Their daughter became Saint Melania the Younger or Minor.
- Christian Settipani. Continuité gentilice et continuité sénatoriale dans les familles sénatoriales romaines à l'époque impériale, 2000[page needed]
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September 319 – September 323
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