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Pompey, otherwise known as Gnaeus Pompeius Magnus, was a Roman statesman.
Pompey may also refer to:
- Pompey, Meurthe-et-Moselle, a town in Meurthe-et-Moselle department, Lorraine, France.
- Pompey, New York, a town in Onondaga County, New York, United States.
- a nickname for Portsmouth, an English city.
- a nickname for Portsmouth F.C.
- a nickname for Fred Elliott (footballer), an Australian rules footballer in the Victorian Football League
- a nickname for Harold Edward Elliott, Australian World War I general.
- Pompey (horse), American champion racehorse.
- Pompey Bum, a character in Measure for Measure by William Shakespeare.
- Pompey, a character in The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance, played by Woody Strode.
People with the name
Male members of gens Pompeia
- Pompeius Strabo, father of Pompey the Great.
- Gnaeus Pompeius, eldest son of Pompey the Great.
- Sextus Pompey, younger son of Pompey the Great, also known as Magnus Pius.
- Sextus Pompeius (relatives of triumvir Pompey), paternal uncle of Pompey the Great.
- Pompeian Styles, four styles of Roman painting.
- Pompeian era, a calendar era used in Roman Syria.
- Pompeii, the ancient Roman city.
- Pompeii (disambiguation)
- Pompeia (disambiguation)
- Pompeius (disambiguation)
- Pompee (disambiguation)
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