Pontianus   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Pontianus   of Nicomedeia - one of the speakers in the "Deipnosophists" of Athenaeus
Athen_6.234   [26.] [234] When Pontianus had delivered his opinion in
Athen_10.445   said,- Tell me, my good Pontianus, says he, in what autho
Athen_11.504   ' "   "Nevertheless," said Pontianus, "the gods are my witness
Athen_13.561   love. [12.] And Pontianus said that Zenon of Citium tho
Athen_14.640   ions. Accordingly, when Pontianus was about to say someth
Athen_15.701   cried out iē paiōn Pontianus said:- I wish, my

  Pontianus 2   (Sergius Octavius Laenas Pontianus) - Roman consul, 131 A.D.
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Wikipedia entry
SelPap_2.401 7 of the consulship of Pontianus and Rufinus, and


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