- Marcus Coc·ce·ius [kok-see-yuh s] /kɒkˈsi yəs/, a.d. 32?–98, emperor of Rome 96–98.
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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.
The characterizations will fit well Nerva, Trajan, and Hadrian.Historical Essays
James Ford Rhodes
I shall be with Tigellinus to-day, and later at Nerva's feast.Quo Vadis
“You then must be general of the forces,” said Nerva quietly.Quintus Claudius, Volume 2 of 2
Nerva rose and clasped his excited and angry friend in his arms.Quintus Claudius, Volume 1 of 2
"Domitian erected a forum, which is now called Nerva's" (Suetonius, "Domitian," v.).Rambles in Rome
S. Russell Forbes
- full name Marcus Cocceius Nerva. ?30–98 ad, Roman emperor (96–98), who introduced some degree of freedom after the repressive reign of Domitian. He adopted Trajan as his son and successor
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