Created: 2nd November 2013
Update:  7th March 2018
Status Republic: Patrician:     Pleb. Nobilis:       Senatorial: X    Eques Romanus: X    Local magistrates  
Republican Family / Cognomen
Patrician n/a
Pleb. Nobilis n/a
Senatorial no cognomen
Equestrian no cognomen, Marcellus
Local magistrat. n/a
Uncertain n/a
Imperial Family / Cognomen
Imperators n/a
Consular n/a
Senatorial Balbus, Pollio
Equestrian n/a
Equestrian (mil) n/a
Local magistrat. n/a
Uncertain n/a
Republican Consuls, Tribunes with consular power, Dictators, Magister Equitum, Censors 0
Imperial Consuls and Emperors (Augusti and Caesars) 0 incl. 0 emperors
Literature Birley, Anthony R.: "Marcus Aurelius, a Biography", Routledge, 1993, p.234 stemma A Trajan and Hadrian, p.241 on Matidia maior and minor, 
p.244 does not support the idea that M. Aurelius's greatgrandfather Libo Rupilius Frugi cos 88 was a third husband of Matidia maior.
Cascella, Sergio: "Matidia minor and Suessa Aurunca", in Thorsten Opper (ed)  "Hadrian: Art, Politics and Economy", British Museum Press, 2013, p.73-88 
on (Mindia) Matidia minor M368. The stemma on p.76 proposes either L. Mindius Balbus or L. Mindius Pollio as her father. 
They were proconsuls in the 40s AD , so much more likely either could be the grandfather of a girl born in the 80s. 
Fernoux: Notables et élites de Bithynie (2004) p.418-419 (§2 M.Aurelius Mindius Matidianus Pollio)
Raepsaet-Charlier: PFOS (1987) stemma IX (imperial family)
Remy: Carrieres Senatoriales (1989) p.25-26 (§8 L. Mindius Balbus M597), p.28 (§11 L. Mindius Pollio)
Setälä: Roman Brick Stamps (1977) p.147-149 on Matidia minor M368. She is supposed the daughter of L. Vibius Sabinus, not L. Mindius (stemma p.285),
which most scholars now prefer.
Shackleton Bailey: "Two Studies" (1976), p.53 (M. Mindius Marcellus RE5)
Suolahti, Jaakko: Junior Officers (1955) p.263,286,329,374 (M. Mindius Marcellus RE5)
Changes 07.03.2018 New header, reference list plus many updates
M. Mindius L.f. 
aedil 3rd century BC
probably not in Rome
C. Mindius C.f.
on Delos beginning 1st century BC
RE2 Nic233 brother or cousin RE2
M. Mindius         L. Mescinius Rufus
eques ment 50 q 51-50 of Cicero
negotiator at Elis in Achaia
† by 46
~ Oppia
RE5 Dem16 Nic234 RE
M. Mindius M.f. Marcellus P. Minidius
ab Velletrae in Latium contemporary engineer ment by Vitruvius
ment by Cicero 45 could be related if nomen is an error
praef class of Octavian 36 
inscription dated 30
M597 RE3 M598 RE6 RE4
L. Mindius Balbus L. Mindius Pollio
procos Bithynia c.43-47 procos Bithynia c.41-43 (or post 42)
RE4 = L. Mindius Bolanus
M365 RE Salon3
(L. Mindius) C. Salonius Matidius Patruinus 
leg leg 70/73 † 78
~ Ulpia Marciana AUGUSTA, FOS824
† 112, sister of IMP TRAJANUS
  M367 FOS681 RE Mat1 V569 V470 RE21 cf RE50
L. Mindius ~ 1 Salonia Matidia AUGUSTA 2 ~ L. Vibius C.f. Sabinus
(? or L. Vibius Mindius) (Matidia maior) cos suff 97
* c.69 † 119
Augusta 112
RE2 M368 FOS533 V600 FOS802
Matidia minor (? Mindia Matidia) (Vibia) Sabina AUGUSTA
* before 85 † c.162/165 * c.83/86 † 136/7
domina figlinae Augusta 119/123
never titled Augusta domina figlinae 132 134
childless, richest woman in Rome 100 ~ IMP HADRIANUS
property inherited by Imp M.Aurelius imp 117-138
paternal family descended from man from Ephesus given citizenship by 
M. Aurelius Cotta Maximus Messalinus procos Asia 36/37
maternal family descended from a L. Mindius Pollio from Apamea in Bithynia
who received citizenship from L. Mindius Pollio M598
A1559 RE Aurelius 167a Pf193
M. Aurelius Mindius Matidianus Pollio
vir egreg, from Ephesus in Asia,
curator of Nicomedia, Nicaea and Prousa c.160
Bithyniarch III, Asiarch/archireus of Asia,
archon (promagister) for collection of harbour tolls of the 40 harbours for Asia for 30 years
arabarch of Aegyptus
proc vehiculorum (C but he received salary CC) sub Commodus
proc patrimonii (CC) sub Commodus
diocetes Aegypti (CC) c.182/186
proc XX hereditatium (CC) sub Commodus
proc summarum rationum (CC) c.190