Pomponius   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Pomponius 6   (M. Pomponius) - Roman praetor, 161 B.C.
161/13 senate instructs the praetor M.Pomponius to expel philosophers and

  Pomponius 9   (Cn. Pomponius) - Roman orator, early 1st century B.C.
Cic:Brut_182   P. Sulpicius, Q. Varius, Cn. Pomponius, C. Curio, L. Fuf
Cic:Brut_207   was esteemed an equal: Pomponius, however, was a speaker
Cic:Brut_221   him an orator. Cn. Pomponius was a vehement, a rousing,
Cic:Brut_227   were left but Carbo and Pomponius, from each of whom he
Cic:Brut_305   C. Carbo, and Cn. Pomponius, were men of real eloquence,
Cic:Brut_308   pleaded pretty often,- Pomponius not so frequently,- Car
Cic:Brut_311   ommonwealth: but we lost Pomponius, Censorinus, and Murena
Cic:DeOr_3.50   or your equal in age Pomponius, ** proceeds to plead those

  Pomponius 15   (L. Pomponius) - a Roman dramatist, writer of Fabulae Atellanae
Wikipedia entry
89/55 The floruit of the dramatist L.Pomponius of Bononia.

  Pomponius 16   (P. Pomponius Secundus) - suffect consul, 44 A.D.
Wikipedia entry
Plinius:Ep_3.5 lae}. "The Life of Pomponius Secundus," two volumes; - Pom
Plinius:Ep_7.17 Hence it was that Pomponius Secundus, who used to write

  Pomponius   - in documents
CIL_1.1328 on. Rome. . . . son of Lucius, Pomponius Licinus . . .
CIL_1.1513 CIL_1 .1513 Quintus Pomponius and Lucius Tu
CIL_1.1614 Maturus, Gaius Eburius, Pomponius, Marcus Caedicius
CIL_1.1763 CIL_1 .1763 Publius Pomponius. On a small p
CIL_1.2261 now deceased, freedwoman of Pomponius. CIL_1 .2280
CIL_1.546 of Orvieto. The work of Gaius Pomponius, of the Qui
CIL_1.672 natius and Publius Pomponius, freedmen of Marcus, for
CIL_1.674 of Lucius Lucius Pomponius of the Falernian tribe, son
CIL_1.678 freedman of Gaius Lucius Pomponius, freedman of Gaius
SelPap_2.294 most eminent catholicus Pomponius Domnus, and applie
SelPap_2.426 most eminent praefect Pomponius Januarianus and the

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