i can see your passion for trajan from your blog header, hehe.
imho, the trajan t is elegant. i like the way that the serifs are not symmetrical.
Trajan is originally name of Roman Emperor.
Then came the type face…
Trajan is a serif typeface designed in 1989 by Carol Twombly for Adobe. The design is based on the letterforms of capitalis monumentalis or Roman square capitals, as used for the inscription at the base of Trajan’s Column from which the typeface takes its name. Since lower case forms were not in use in Roman times, Trajan is an all-capitals typeface. Instead, small caps are commonly used, and a more complete set of glyphs contained in Trajan Pro (a 2001 update of the original typeface) includes a lower case of small caps.
The capitals of many old style classification typefaces take inspiration from the monumental capitals found on the base of the Column of Trajan. Specific academic revivals of the typeface have been produced at least three times. Designers include David Lance Goines, Frederick Goudy, Bruce Rogers, and more recently this version by Carol Twombly.
In recent years, Trajan has become popular due to its nearly constant presence on American movie posters, television shows and book covers. For example, Trajan Pro Bold is used in the titles and captions for The West Wing, and the covers of many John Grisham paperbacks.