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The Ulpius clan were one of the clans of Ancient Rome. Their most distinguished son was most likely Marcus Ulpius Traianus (Trajan), who was known as one of the "five good emperors." His father was was Ulpius Traianus, an influential Roman senator. Ancient Rome was a civilization that existed in Europe between 753 BC and its downfall in AD 476. ... Emperor Trajan Marcus Ulpius Nerva Traianus (September 18, 53 - August 9, 117), Roman Emperor (98 - 117), commonly called Trajan, was the second of the so-called five good emperors of the Roman Empire. ... The Five Good Emperors. ...


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William Wilkie Collins - Antonina (3588 words)
From the words of Vetranio, who was drunkenly penitent, and of Ulpius, who was insanely defiant and had fled the house, Numerian learned his daughter's innocence, and bitterly repented him of the unjust judgment that had driven her in terror from her home.
At last, in his blind journeying with Antonina, Ulpius came upon a temple of Serapis, for, though the pagan worship had been suppressed, a superstitious fear had deterred the people and the Senate from destroying the temples of the old religion or despoiling them of their rich treasures of gold, ivory, and precious stones.
While Ulpius, in his dazed way, was apparently planning to force Antonina down the fatal stairway as a sacrifice Goisvintha emerged from her hiding-place and struck deep into the neck of her victim with the knife that had maimed Hermanric.
Ulpius Marcellus at AllExperts (339 words)
Ulpius Marcellus was a Roman governor and general of the later 2nd century.
Ulpius Marcellus was sent by the Emperor Commodus to govern Roman Britain and suppress a serious revolt in 180.
He was thought to have had a son, also called Ulpius Marcellus, serving as governor around thirty years later, although this is based on a misdated inscription and the existence of a second Marcellus is now discounted.{{sequenceprev=Caerellius Priscusnext=Publius Helvius Pertinaxlist=Roman governors of Britain
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