Eth. PONS AENI
or, as it is called in the Peuting. Table, Ad Aenus, was a frontier fort in Vindelicia on the river Aenus, and was garrisoned by a detachment of cavalry. (It. Ant.
pp. 236, 257; Not. Imp.
) It is commonly believed that its site is now marked by the village of Pfünzen,
which in the middle ages bore the name of Pontana; but Muchar (Noricum,
i. p. 285) identifies it with Ennsdorf