Marcus Pomponius Maecius Probus

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Marcus Pomponius Maecius Probus (c. 195 – after 228) was a Consul in 228.

He was the son of Marcus Maecius Probus and wife Pomponia Arria.

In the genealogical reconstruction by C. Settipani, he married and had:

  • Marcus Maecius Probus (born c. 220), married to Pupiena Sextia Paulina Cethegilla (born c. 225), daughter of Marcus Pupienus Africanus and wife Cornelia Marullina, and had:
    • (Marcus Maecius Orfitus) (born c. 245), married to (Furia) (born c. 244), daughter of Gordian III and wife Tranquillina, and had:
      • (Maecia Proba) (born c. 270), married to (Faltonius) (born c. 260), son of Faltonius Pinianus, and had issue

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Political offices
Preceded by
Marcus Nummius Senecio Albinus ,
Marcus Laelius Fulvius Maximus Aemilianus
Consul of the Roman Empire
228
with Alexander Severus
Succeeded by
Alexander Severus ,
Cassius Dio

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