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(M. Ulpius Trajanus) - Roman emperor, 98-117 A.D.
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and Rome during the reign of Trajan. He considers the
844 420 126 96 A.D. (30 Jul.) Trajanus 19 863 439 145 97
3.]  When the emperor Trajanus was in Parthia, at a dis
of the Romans, and after him Trajanus [became emperor].
Nerva for 2 years - cons. 4 Trajanus for 20 years - con
onia, and Moesia. Trajan conquered the Dacians, under Kin
end, under the princeps Trajan the crown of the King of
the Roman army. Trajan, who, after Augustus, set in mot
ucceed him." Accordingly Trajanus entered forthwith, carry
Octavianus, and thirdly Trajanus, as being the greatest
onically, "Take care, or Trajanus and Alexander will think
Julian:Caes_* 327-329 *
to accept with a good grace." Trajanus was allowed to spe
Hermes addressing Trajanus said, "Now you tell us what
moned him to them. Trajanus hastened to Alexander and sat
the death of the emperor Trajanus, in 117 A.D., shortly
King of Persia, O Caesar Trajanus, greatest of princes,
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