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Pompo'nius or Pompo'nius Torquatus

4. M. Pomponius, tribune of the plebs, B. C. 362, brought an accusation against L. Manlius Imperiosus, who had been dictator in the preceding year, but was compelled to drop the accusation by the son of Manlius, afterwards surnamed Torquatus, who obtained admittance into the tribune's house, and threatened him with immediate death if he did not swear that he would abandon the impeachment of his father. (Liv. 7.4, 5; Cic. de Off. 3.30.; V. Max. 5.4.3; Appian, Samn. 2.) [TORQUATUS.]

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