In LLPSI Cap 36 Orberg scripsit:
'Iuxta basicilam Ulpiam, inter duas bibliothecas ab eodem...stat alta columna in qua bella quae Trainus in Dacia gessit plurimis imaginibus illustrantur.'
1. I'm taking it that 'Ulpiam' is an adjectival form of Ulpia, -ae (f) the Roman family : Ulpius, -a, -um.
2. Also the word 'plurimis'. Now I don't understand why this is used. 'Plurimus' means 'most'. But here it stands alone. 'Most' out of what ? Doesn't he mean 'multis' - many? There was a previous puzzling (to me) use of 'plurimis' earlier in the chapter '...nihil magnificentius fieri posset: auro et gemmis splendet tectum ,quod plurimis columnis e mamore pulcherrimo factis sustinetur...'