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Trajan in Military Garb
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Statue of the Roman emperor Trajan (A.D. 98–117) found at Perge.  Second century A.D.

The larger than life-size (8ft. 2in.) marble statue depicts Trajan in military garb including a leather molded chest covering (cuirass), a military cloak draped over his shoulder and arm, a special belt, a knee length garment, sandals, etc.  Kneeling below him is a vanquished Dacian prisoner. (Trajan's Column in Rome celebrates his victory over Dacia).