Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Pontus” in book 2, chapter 6 of Cornelius Tacitus, The History:
...en legions; there were Syria and Judæa, with a vast number of auxiliaries. Then, without any interval of separation, there was Egypt and its two legions, and on the other side Cappadocia, Pontus , and all the garrisons along the frontier of Armenia. There was Asia Minor; there were the other provinces, not without a military population, and well furnished with money. There were all th...
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