3. Q. Pomponius
, perhaps a younger brother of the preceding, was tribune of the plebs, B. C. 395, in which year he supported the views of the senate by opposing, in conjunction with his colleague, A. Virginius, the proposition that a portion of the senate and people should settle at Veii.
He and his colleague were, in consequence, accused two years afterwards, and compelled to pay a heavy fine. (Liv. 5.29
, comp. cc. 24, 25.)