When Thornton “T.D.” Barnes worked on Nerva, in 1968, the project was well advanced.
I left the program as director in 1971,” Klein said, “and do not have any information about what happened to Nerva in the end.
Nerva's answer confirmed him emphatically in the full possession of this wealth.
Nerva rejected his reasoning, and completed his purpose by abstinence.
Nerva reigned but sixteen months, and had no time to do more than display his kindness of disposition, and to name his successor.
Nerva replied, that he was welcome to keep it, and use it as he pleased.
Nerva was the last Emperor buried in the mausoleum of Augustus.
Trajan and Nerva, those excellent princes, took sometimes a pleasure in getting drunk.
He intended to write the history of the reigns of Nerva and Trajan, but never did so.
The time of his death is no where mentioned, but it probably was under Nerva or Trajan.