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Pontus, from the Ancient Greek word for a sea, may refer to:
- Short Latin name for the Pontus Euxinus, the Greek name of the Black Sea (aka the Euxine sea)
- Pontus (mythology), a sea-god
- Pontus (region), on the southern coast of the Black Sea, in modern-day Turkey
- Kingdom of Pontus or Pontic Empire, a state founded in 281 BC
- Bithynia and Pontus, a Roman province
- Diocese of Pontus, a diocese of the later Roman Empire
- Republic of Pontus, a proposed Pontic Greek state discussed in 1919
- Pontic Greeks, Pontian Greeks or Pontians, an ethnically Greek group who traditionally lived in the region of the Black Sea
- Pontic (disambiguation), the corresponding adjective
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