Q. Fabius Maximus Moneyer of the Roman Republic from 127 BC to 127 BC.
Q. Fabius Maximus was one of the moneyers for the year 127 BC. He is presumably identical to the Consul for 115 BC. A restored issue was also struck for him between 82-80 BC.

Gens Fabia was one of the most ancient patrician families at Rome. The gens played a prominent part in history soon after the establishment of the Republic, and three brothers were invested with seven successive consulships, from 485 to 479 BC, thereby cementing the high repute of the family.

The most celebrated stirps of the Fabia gens, which bore the surname Maximus, was descended from the Fabii Ambusti. This family was famous for its statesmen and its military exploits, which lasted from the Samnite Wars, in the 4th century BC until the wars with the Germanic invaders of the 2nd century BC.
Q. Fabius Maximus
An AR Denarius struck 126 (127)BC in Rome
Obverse: head of Roma right wearing winged helmet; ROMA__Q·(MA)X / (XVI)

Reverse: Cornucopiae on thunderbolt within wreath of ear of barley and wheat with assorted fruits

Diameter: 17.5 mm
Die Orientation: -
Weight: 3.9 g
Mark Passehl - Roman moneyer & coin type chronology, 150 – 50 BC
Crawford 265/1, SRCV I 141, Sydenham 478, RSC I Fabia 5 Fabia -127