was banished from Italy by Nero on the detection of Piso's conspiracy in A. D. 66. (Tac. Ann.
) From an epigram of Martial (7.44
), addressed to one Q. Ovidius, a friend of Caesonius Maximus, we learn that Maximus had been consul, and also that he was one of the friends of Seneca, which was no doubt the cause of his punishment.