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Head of Trajan

Trajan (born 53, ruled 98-117 CE) expanded the empire to its greatest extent, bringing in Arabia and provinces to the east (which were eventually abandoned by Hadrian). In Rome, he is known for his extensive basilica and markets near which is his column celebrating his conquest of Dacia (modern Romania) and in the base of which his ashes were eventually interred.


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3D Model of Duck-Cup. The Wilcox Museum’s website is now offering three-dimensional digital models of several objects in the collection. See our new 3D Imaging page under "The Collection" tab!  

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