Bibliography: Trajan

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Stephenson, J.W. (2013). ‘The Column of Trajan in the light of ancient cartography and geography’. JHG 40: 79–93.
Coleman, K.M. (2012). ‘Bureaucratic Language in the Correspondence between Pliny and Trajan’. TPAPA 142.2: 189–238.
McCarthy, M. (2012). ‘Trajan's Column’, in R. Bagnall, K. Brodersen, C. Champlin and S. Huebner (eds), Blackwell's Encyclopedia of Ancient History. Oxford.
Stern, G. (2012). ‘Trajan (Nerva Traianus Augustus)’, in R. Bagnall, K. Brodersen, C. Champlin and S. Huebner (eds), Blackwell's Encyclopedia of Ancient History. Oxford.
Seelentag, G. (2011). ‘Imperial Representation and Reciprocation: The Case of Trajan’. CJ 107.1: 73–97.
Marzano, A. (2009). ‘Trajanic building projects on base-metal denominations and audience targeting’. PBSR 77: 125–158.
Serban, M. (2009). ‘Trajan's Bridge over the Danube’. IJNA 38.2: 331–342.
Seelentag, G. (2008). ‘Der Kaiser als Fürsorger - die italische Alimentarinstitution’. Historia 57.2: 208–241.
Noreña, C. (2007). ‘The Social Economy of Pliny's Correspondence with Trajan’. AJP 128.2: 239–277.
Anderson, J.C. (2003). ‘Emperor and architect:Trajan and Apollodoros and their predecessors.’, in P. Defosse (ed.), Hommages à Carl Deroux. III: Histoire et épigraphie, Droit.. Bruxelles, 3–10.
Grainger, J.D. (2003). Nerva and the Roman succession crisis of AD 96-99. London.
Boatwright, M.T. (2002). ‘Trajan outside Rome: construction and embellishment in Italy and the Provinces’, in P.A. Stadter and L. Van der Stockt (eds), Sage and emperor: Plutarch, Greek intellectuals, and Roman power in the time of Trajan (98-117 A.D.). Leuven, 259–264.
Eck, W. (2002). ‘An Emperor is Made: Senatorial Politics and Trajan's Adoption by Nerva in 97’, in G. Clark and T. Rajak (eds), Philosophy and power in the Graeco-Roman world essays in honour of Miriam Griffin. Oxford, 211–226.
Koeppel, G. (2002). ‘The column of Trajan: Narrative Technique and the Image of the Emperor’, in P.A. Stadter and L. Van der Stockt (eds), Sage and emperor: Plutarch, Greek intellectuals, and Roman power in the time of Trajan (98-117 A.D.). Leuven, 245–258.
Roche, P.A. (2002). ‘The Public Image of Trajan's Family’. CP 97.1: 41–60.
Stadter, P.A. and L. Van der Stockt (2002). Sage and emperor: Plutarch, Greek intellectuals, and Roman power in the time of Trajan (98-117 A.D.). Symbolae Facultatis Litterarum Lovaniensis A.29. Leuven.
Watkins, T.H. (2002). ‘Colonia Marciana Traiana Thamugadi: Dynasticism in Numidia’. Phoenix 56.1/2: 84–108.
Berriman, A. and M. Todd (2001). ‘A Very Roman Coup: The Hidden War of Imperial Succession, AD 96-8’. Historia 50: 312–331.
Rees, R. (2001). ‘To be and not to be: Pliny's paradoxical Trajan’. BICS 45.1: 149–168.
Coarelli, F. (2000). The Column of Trajan. Rome.
Griffin, M. (2000). ‘Nerva to Hadrian’, in A. Bowman, P. Garnsey and D. Rathbone (eds), The High Empire: A.D. 70-192. Cambridge, 84–131.
Lancaster, L. (1999). ‘Building Trajan's Column’. AJA 103.3: 419–439.
Bennett, J. (1997). Trajan. Optimus Princeps. London.
Davies, P. (1997). ‘The Politics of Perpetuation: Trajan's Column and the Art of Commemoration’. AJA 101.1: 41–65.
Packer, J. (1997). The forum of Trajan in Rome: a study of the monuments. Berkeley.
Schowalter, D.N. (1993). The emperor and the gods: Images from the time of Trajan. Minneapolis.
Lightfoot, C.S. (1990). ‘Trajan's Parthian War and the Fourth-Century Perspective’. JRS 80: 115–126.
Williams, W. (1990). Pliny. Correspondence with Trajan from Bithynia. Classical Texts. Warminster.
Johnson, G.J. (1988). ‘De conspiratione delatorum. Pliny and the Christians Revisited’. Latomus 47.2: 417–422.
Strobel, K. (1984). Untersuchungen zu den Dakerkriegen Trajans: Studien zur Geschichte des mittleren und unteren Donauraumes in der Hohen Kaiserzeit. Bonn.
Temporini, H. (1978). Die Frauen am Hofe Trajans: ein Beitrag zur Stellung der Augustae im principat. Berlin / New York.
Den Boer, W. (1975). ‘Trajan's Deification and Hadrian's Succession’. Ancient Society 6: 203–212.
Gauer, W. (1974). ‘Zum Bildprogramm des Trajansbogen’. JDAI 89: 308–335.
Lorenz, T. (1973). Leben und Regierung Trajans auf dem Bogen von Benevent. Amsterdam.
Fittschen, K. (1972). ‘Das Bildprogramm des Trajansbogen zu Benevent’. AA 87: 742–788.
Rossi, L. (1971). Trajan's Column and the Dacian wars. Aspects of Greek and Roman life. London.
Radice, B. (1969). Pliny. II. Letters, books VIII-X and Panegyricus.. Loeb Classical Library 59. Cambridge MA.
Garnsey, P. (1968). ‘Trajan's Alimenta: Some Problems’. Historia 17.3: 367–381.
Radice, B. (1968). ‘Pliny and the Panegyricus’. Greece and Rome 15.2: 166–172.
Hassel, F.J. (1966). Der Trajansbogen in Benevent: ein Bauwerk des römischen Senates. Mainz.
Duncan-Jones, R. (1964). ‘The purpose and organisation of the Alimenta.’. PBSR 32: 123–146.
Lepper, F.A. (1948). Trajan's Parthian War. Oxford.
Salmon, E.T. (1936). ‘Trajan's Conquest of Dacia’. TPAPA 67: 83–105.
Richmond, I. (1935). ‘Trajan's Army on Trajan's Column’. PBSR 13: 1–40.
Ashby, T. and R. Gardner (1916). ‘The Via Traiana’. PBSR 8.5: 104–171.