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Column of Trajan

A column that was erected in order to commemorate Trajan's victories during the Dacian Wars.

Column of Trajan

A column that was erected in order to commemorate Trajan's victories during the Dacian Wars.

Barbarian Torture on Trajan's Column

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This is a scene from the reliefs on Trajan's Column. It depicts two naked Dacians (barbarians) being tortured by Romans

Trajan's Column

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Trajan's Market

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Located on the Via dei Fori Imperiali nowadays, Trajan’s Market is a part of Trajan’s Forum and situated on the northeast side of Basilica Ulpia. It now holds the Imperial Forums Museum. The complex of buildings includes market, small shop fronts and residential block, and is one of the typical and finest examples of Imperial Roman architectures…

Baths of Trajan

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Ruins of the baths of Trajan, a massive public bath complex built on top of the Domus Aurea after Nero's palace was filled with rubble. This photograph is of the southwestern exedra.

Trajan's Column

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A tall, triumphal column with a frieze celebrating Trajan's victory in the Dacian wars wrapped around the structure.

Trajan's Column

Trajan's Column was commissioned by the Roman Senate to commemorate Emperor Trajan's victory in the Dacian Wars. The marble frieze wrapping around the column follows the narrative of Emperor Trajan's victories over the barbarians who are identifiable by their style of dress (pants, hats) and facial hair. Situated in Trajan's forum, the monument…

Trajan’s Column

This column is located in Trajan’s Forum, near the Quirinal Hill. The column is in the Doric style, and a relief in continuous frieze spirals across the outside of the column for 200 meters. It was erected to commemorate Trajan’s victory against Dacia. Later, it was used as a tomb to keep his ashes. The column is presently topped with a statue of…

Trajan's Column

Trajan's Column was designed by Apollodorus of Damascus and built 113 A.D. Located near the end of the Forum of Trajan. The column's material is white marble. The purpose of this column serves to honor and remember the victory of Dacian Wars which were lead by Trajan. The column depicts scenes and stories of Trajan conquering the barbarians. The…