POMP4667 Cn. Pompeius (7, 112) Q. f. Arn.

Life Dates

  • 70?, birth (Rüpke 2005)
  • A.D. 14, death (Rüpke 2005)


  • Quindecemvir Sacris Faciundis? 39 to after 31 (Rüpke 2005) Expand
    • A probable member of this college of priests about 31 B. C. In a number of instances the exact date when a priest became a member of his college is not known, and the conjecture is based on evidence of seniority such as the date of the consulship or some other office. The list of the Quindecimviri is based on Miss Hoffman's observation that the names listed in connection with the Saecular Games in 17 B. C. are arranged in the order of entrance into the college (see AJPh 73 [19521289-294). The names given below are drawn from Miss Hoffman's dissertation, The Membership of the Four Major Colleges of Priests from 44 B. C. to 37 A. D. (Bryn Mawr, 1951, available in microfilm). The order of names and the seniority of careers indicate that the following men, who belonged to the college of Quindecimviri in 17 B. C., were members in 31 (CIL 6.32323-ILS 5050). See M. Hollmann, AJPh 73 (1952) 289-294. (Broughton MRR II)
    • See PIR 3.64, no. 446, cf. 444-447; De Laet no. 295. (Broughton MRR II)
  • Consul Suffectus 31 (Broughton MRR II) Expand
    • Held office in succession to Titius from October 1 to the end of the year (Fast. Amit., Fast. Cupr., Fast. Ven., Fast. Mag. Vic., Degrassi, as above on Caesar, and cf. 136 on Fast. Cap.). See PIR 3.64, nos. 444447; De Laet no. 295. (Broughton MRR II)
    • Cos. Suff.? 31. A senator, named in the SC de Aphrodisiensibus (J. M. Reynolds, Aphrodisias and Rome 57, 71), probably the Cos. suff. of 31 (MRR 2.420). The tribe probably connects him with the Pompei Rufi (L. R. Taylor, VDRR 247; Reynolds, op. cit. 71; cf. Sumner, AJAH 2, 8-25, esp. 20-21). (Broughton MRR III)