The statue of Trajan is an outdoor late-eighteenth-century bronze statue depicting Roman Emperor Trajan, located in front of a section of the London Wall built by Romans, at Tower Hill in London, United Kingdom. He is shown bareheaded and wearing a tunic, holding a scroll in his left hand while gesturing with his right hand raised. A plaque at its base contains the inscription: "Statue Believed To Be The Roamn Emperor Trajan / A.D. 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." There is no information presented at the site about the sculptor or date.
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