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Emperor Trajan statue Trajan statue, Gaius Classicianus, London Wall Walk

Statue: Emperor Trajan statue

Inscription

{On a steel plaque attached to the base:}
Statue believed to be of the Roman Emperor Trajan, AD 98 - 117.
'Imperator Caesar Nerva Trajanus Augustus'
Presented by the Tower Hill Improvement Trust at the request of the Reverend P. B. Clayton, CH, MC, DD, founder Padre of Toc H.

Site: Trajan statue, Gaius Classicianus, London Wall Walk (3 memorials)

EC3, Trinity Place

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Emperor Trajan statue

Information Subjects commemorated

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Emperor Trajan

Imperator Caesar Nerva Trajanus Augustus.  Born Spain.  Roman Emperor AD 98 -...

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Emperor Trajan statue

Information Created by

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Tower Hill Improvement Trust

Created by Tubby Clayton, Dr B R Leftwich, Lord Wakefield and Sir Follett Hol...

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Tubby Clayton

C.of E. clergyman and founder of Toc H. Born Australia, but his family return...

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
Emperor Trajan statue

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Gaius Classicianus

A London Inheritance has a 1947, or thereabouts, photo of "London's earliest ...

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London Wall Walk - 2 - Trinity Place

To the right of our picture there is a section of London Wall with a modern i...

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