At the beginning of the second century, the emperor Trajan actually stipulated that Christians were not to be sought out.
That Trajan's conquest of Dacia was of a similar radical and thorough-going character is nearly certain.
There were odea also in Rome; one was built by Domitian, and a second by Trajan.
Trajan and Hadrian made expeditions into the East, and must have passed through this city, or near it.
Trajan was ordered in hot haste from Farther Spain to the Rhine.
Their reflex influence has been even seen in Trajan's forum, in which the chief thing was the emperor's tomb.
Toward the end of 100, or early in 101, Trajan left Rome for the Danube.
From Augustus to Trajan, no one who bore the name of emperor is more justly entitled to the name of monster.
The wings contained an example of the justice of the Emperor Trajan.
The whole pillar measures 122 feet in height, being two feet lower than that of Trajan.