the cousin, or, according to Zonaras, the nephew of Odenathus, whom he murdered in consequence of a hunting quarrel, not, it is said, without the consent of Zenobia, who was filled with jealous rage on perceiving that her husband preferred Herodes, his son by a former marriage, to her own children, Herennianus and Timolaus. Maeonius finds a place among the thirty tyrants enumerated by Trebellius Pollio [AUREOLUS], and a coin of very doubtful character is described in the Pembroke collection with the legend IMP. C. MAEONIUS; but those published by Goltzius are unquestionably spurious. (Trebell. Poll. Trig. Tyrann.