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Achilles Statius (or Aquiles Estaço) (12 June 1524, Vidigueira – 28 September 1581) was a Portuguese humanist and writer, since 1555 living in Rome, where he was a secretary of the pope. Achilles Statius is now mostly known from his extensive Latin commentary to Catullus, published in 1566.
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