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Roman Emperor and adoptive son of Nerva

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Eventually, the Emperor Trajan triumphed over the Dacians whose fighting qualities impressed the Romans so much that they were recruited as auxiliary soldiers.
The Emperor Trajan later held 117 consecutive days of games in which 9,000 hapless gladiators got the thumbs-down and the Colosseum's wooden floor was even flooded to stage mock sea battles.
One notable absentee is Pliny the Younger, though it is his exchange of letters with Emperor Trajan in 112, when his governorship of Bithynia brought him into contact with the Christian "problem" (10.
It never did have a satisfactory one, though the Emperor Claudius whom the TV series I, Claudius gave a moment of fame, built one at Ostia at the mouth of the Tiber River, but it soon silted up with the good top-soil that the river brought down from central Italy, and a similar fate befell a second attempt to build a harbour by the Emperor Trajan, under whom the imperial boundaries stretched over as much territory as it ever did.
before being conquered by the Roman armies led by Emperor Trajan.
The coin, which dates from around 114 AD was found during excavations at the Arbeia Roman fort in South Shields and depicts Emperor Trajan.
We still possess his letter on the matter to the emperor Trajan, along with the latter's reply.
That female slaves were active participants in church communities, and even bore some leadership authority is attested to by the correspondence of Pliny the Younger to the Emperor Trajan, circa 112 G.
The Eastern Gateway is built entirely of timber and based on depictions from the column of Trajan, a monument consisting of a 100-foot tall marble column set atop a massive rectangular base, topped by a gilded statue of the emperor Trajan himself.
Whereas the African slaves in America were kidnapped and shipped to America, the Roman slaves were captured in war or rebellion, including Dacians taken by Emperor Trajan, and Britons, taken by Emperor Hadrian.