Pontifex (disambiguation)

Pontifex (disambiguation)

Pontifex may refer to:

* Pontifex Maximus, the post of high priest of the pre-Christian Roman religion, and now one of the titles of the Pope
* Pontifex the "Planning Of Non-specific Transportation by an Intelligent Fleet EXpert" European project

Pontifex may also refer to:
*Quintus Mucius Scaevola Pontifex (died 82 BC), politician of the Roman Republic
*Romanus Pontifex, papal bull of 1455, granting nations and explorers rights over newly-discovered lands

In fiction and games, Pontifex may also refer to:

* Pontifex, codename for the Solitaire encryption algorithm in the 1999 novel "Cryptonomicon" by Neal Stephenson
* "Pontifex", computer game in the Bridge Builder series
*"Valentine Pontifex", 1983 novel by Robert Silverberg


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