Pontius   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Pontius   (C. Pontius) - Samnite leader, 4th century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
320/21 C.Pontius asks for a six hours' truce.
292/17 C.Pontius is a great leader of the Samnites in their wars against Rom
292/18 umph of Fabius over the Samnites, after which C.Pontius is executed.
Oros_3.15   the Roman troops. Their leader Pontius was so certain of victory
Oros_3.22   combat with the Samnite leader Pontius and surrounded by the enemy's
ValMax_7.2e.17   the army, and his own son, who was commander of the

  Pontius 2   (Pontius Telesinus) - Samnite leader, 82 B.C.
82/32 Pontius Telesinus marches on Rome with the Samnite army, but is defea

  Pontius   - in documents
CIL_1.1618 ius, son of Sextus Aulus Pontius, freedman of Lucius N

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