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Pompeia (gens)

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Pompeia (gens)

See also Pumpu and Pomponius and Pompeius (disambiguation) and Pompey (disambiguation). For women of the gens, see Pompeia.

Pompeius (fem. Pompeia), sometimes anglicized as Pompey, is the nomen of the gens Pompeia, an important family of ancient Rome from the Italian region of Picenum, which lies between the Apennines and the Adriatic. The name may refer to any person bearing it, with a list of the most famous below:

Famous individuals with the nomen Pompeius include:

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