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"Pons Aeni" usitatior videtur, et "Aeni fluminis" apud Tacitum reperitur. Lesgles (disputatio) 20:17, 13 Martii 2015 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Hmm, sed Pons Aeni est Innsbrück... Fons mortuus hic datus dicebat "Bernhard ZÖPF, Über eine zweite römische Verbindungsstraße von Pons Oeni (Innbrücke bei Rosenheim, Pfunzen) nach Turum (Oetting), in: Oberbayerisches Archiv 31, 1871, S. 17-21"[1] Lesgles (disputatio) 20:21, 13 Martii 2015 (UTC)Reply[reply]
Bene repperisti. Citationem tuam in pagina ipsa inserui: OK? Andrew Dalby (disputatio) 21:02, 13 Martii 2015 (UTC)Reply[reply]
Thanks! But now that I'm read it, I'm wondering if it just refers to the bridge, and not the actual town. And what is Pfanzen? O magnum mysterium! Here's the actual pamphlet by Zöpf, if anyone wants to decipher it. He also mentions Turum as a name for Oetting (I think this is de:Neuötting and de:Altötting). Lesgles (disputatio) 21:52, 13 Martii 2015 (UTC)Reply[reply]
The bridge is a measurable distance southeast of the town, and the fact that "Innstrasse" leads to it from the centre of town suggests that the bridge has been at that site for a long time. Yes, we may well think that (without a good source) Rosenheim should not simply be equated with "Pons Oeni".
If I have interpreted it correctly, the Itinerarium Antonini lists this place, calling it "Pons Aeni", at reference Wess. 258,8. Whether a Roman site has been found anywhere near the bridge site, I have no idea! Andrew Dalby (disputatio) 10:17, 14 Martii 2015 (UTC)Reply[reply]
That sounds right. I went ahead and moved to Rosenheimium, for which I found a source. If you'd like to add more about the bridge, please do! Lesgles (disputatio) 19:54, 15 Martii 2015 (UTC)Reply[reply]