Q. Pomponius Rufus - Monetalis of Res Publica Romana from 73 BC to 73 BC
Q. Pomponius Rufus was moneyer for the year 73 BC. He is not otherwise known, but is perhaps the son of Cn. Pomponius, who was tribunis plebis in 90 BC.

Gens Pomponia was a plebeian family at Rome. Its members appear throughout the history of the Roman Republic, and into imperial times. The first of the gens to achieve prominence was Marcus Pomponius, tribune of the plebs in 449 BC; the first who obtained the consulship was Manius Pomponius Matho in 233 BC.

In the earliest times, the Pomponii were not distinguished by any surname, and the only family that rose to importance in the time of the Republic bore the surname Matho. On coins we also find the cognomina Molo, Musa, and Rufus, but none of these occur in ancient writers. The other surnames found during the Republic, such as Atticus, were personal cognomina. Numerous surnames appear in imperial times.
Q. Pomponius Rufus
Moneyer Q. Pomponius Rufus of the Roman Republic