Pontifex

  • (noun): A member of the highest council of priests in ancient Rome.

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List Of Roman Republican Holders Of The Role Of Pontifex Maximus
... The following names of persons who held the role of Pontifex Maximus in Ancient Rome during the Republican period are known ... succeeded by his son 141 BC - Publius Cornelius Scipio Nasica Serapio, the first Pontifex to leave Italy, when ordered to Asia Minor by the Senate. 132 BC - Publius Licinius Crassus Mucianus the first Pontifex to leave Italy willingly and to lead an army into foreign soil killed in battle in Asia Minor ...
Pontifex (disambiguation)
... A pontifex was an official in a Roman priesthood of the pre-Christian era, headed by the Pontifex Maximus, and now one of the titles of the Pope ... Pontifex may also refer to Pontifex (project), the Planning Of Non-specific Transportation by an Intelligent Fleet EXpert European project Quintus Mucius ...
Nefastus - Glossary - P - Pontifex
... The pontifex was a priest of the highest-ranking college ... The chief among the pontifices was the Pontifex Maximus ... Pontifex in this case would be the opener of the way corresponding to the Vedic adharvayu, the only active and moving sacerdos in the sacrificial ...
Pontifex (project)
... PONTIFEX (Planning Of Non-specific Transportation by an Intelligent Fleet EXpert) was a mid-1980s project that introduced a novel approach to complex aircraft ... from nontrivial fleet scheduling easily become computationally unsolvable, the PONTIFEX idea consisted in a seamless merge of algorithms and heuristic knowledge ...
Max Pontifex
... Samuel "Max" Pontifex was an Australian rules footballer who played with West Torrens in the South Australian National Football League (SANFL) ... Pontifex's career with West Torrens began in 1929 and ended when he was transferred by his employer to Tasmania ...