P. Anicius Maximus , from the Augustan colony of Antioch towards Pisidia, had previously been chief centurion (Primus Pilus) of the eastern legion XII Fulminata. He was assigned to legion II Augusta as camp prefect was evidently while still at Strasburg, a few years before the invasion of Britain at the same time that Vespassian also became its Legatus.
After the fall of Camulodunum, Claudius celebrated a triumph and, among those rewarded with decorations, Maximus was included. He won further awards, the corona muralis and hasta pura in ‘The British war’ : seemingly the conquest of SW England by the legion.
His final post (that we know of) was the special one of praefectus exercitus, a unique title held by the camp prefect responsible for the two legions III Cyrenaica & XXII Deiotariana in Egypt, commanded by a single equestrian prefect. (Which in turn was due to the ban on senators setting foot in Egypt).
Whilst he was there, the citizens of Alexandria decided to honour him with a statue but set it up in his home city to make their appreciation really plain. The statue base was recorded on CIL 111 6809 below.
CIL III6809 - Camp Prefect of II Augusta
P(ublio) Anicio / P(ubli) f(ilio) Serg(gia) Maxi/mo prefecto / Cn(aei) Domiti Ahenobar/bi p(rimo) p(ilo) leg(ionis) XII Fulm(inata) pref( ecto) / the camp(s) of the leg(ion) II Aug(ustae) in / Britannia prefect(ecto) exer/citu(s) who is in Egypt / was given by the Imp(erator) with gifts / to the military for the campaign honored / mural crown and / pure spear for war / Britannic(um) city / Alexander(ria) which is / in Egypt h(honor) c(ausa)