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  Trajanus   (M. Ulpius Trajanus) - Roman emperor, 98-117 A.D.
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Arrian:Fr_30 and Rome during the reign of Trajan. He considers the
AstrCan_4 844 420 126 96 A.D. (30 Jul.) Trajanus 19 863 439 145 97
Athen_01.7 3.] [7] When the emperor Trajanus was in Parthia, at a dis
Euseb]:Chron_215 of the Romans, and after him Trajanus [became emperor].
ExcBarb_48A Nerva for 2 years - cons. 4 Trajanus for 20 years - con
Festus:Brev.8 onia, and Moesia. Trajan conquered the Dacians, under Kin
Festus:Brev.14 end, under the princeps Trajan the crown of the King of
Festus:Brev.20 the Roman army. Trajan, who, after Augustus, set in mot
Julian:Caes_311 ucceed him." Accordingly Trajanus entered forthwith, carry
Julian:Caes_317 Octavianus, and thirdly Trajanus, as being the greatest
Julian:Caes_318 onically, "Take care, or Trajanus and Alexander will think
Julian:Caes_* 327-329 * to accept with a good grace." Trajanus was allowed to spe
Julian:Caes_333 Hermes addressing Trajanus said, "Now you tell us what
Julian:Caes_335 moned him to them. Trajanus hastened to Alexander and sat
MegTaan_12 the death of the emperor Trajanus, in 117 A.D., shortly
Plut:Mor_172 King of Persia, O Caesar Trajanus, greatest of princes,


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