It was perhaps erected by Domitian, and had an inscription similar to that of the Albani Obelisk (which see).
There were odea also in Rome; one was built by Domitian, and a second by Trajan.
You see, my worthy friend, how truly Domitian inclines to leniency.
Among these were the grandnephews of Domitian, possible heirs to the throne.
He was the chamberlain of Domitian who had been outbid by Nehushta in the slave ring.
And at that very moment the emperor Domitian had been stabbed at Rome.
Such were the eyes of Domitian, the vainest, most inert, and cowardly of men.
Not even Nero or Domitian were in their time to be so much dreaded.
The color of the mourning garb, among the Romans, was originally black—from the time of Domitian, white.
Domitian was the first who was so called during his lifetime.