[nur-vuh] /ˈnɜr və/

Marcus Cocceius
[kok-see-yuh s] /kɒkˈsi yəs/ (Show IPA), a.d. 32?–98, emperor of Rome 96–98.
full name Marcus Cocceius Nerva. ?30–98 ad, Roman emperor (96–98), who introduced some degree of freedom after the repressive reign of Domitian. He adopted Trajan as his son and successor


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