Publius Aelius Hadrianus (AD 76 - AD 138). Publius Aelius Hadrianus (AD 76 - AD 138). By: Travis, Dustin. By: Travis and Dustin. A little bit about Hadrian.
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Publius Aelius Hadrianus(AD 76 - AD 138)
By: Travis, Dustin
By: Travis and Dustin
PubliusAeliusHadrnuns (Hadrian) was born in Italica, Spain on January 24, 76 and died at age sixty-two on July 10, 138. Hadrian was the 14th Emperor on the Roman Empire. Hadrian's father was a cousin of the emperor Trajan which put Hadrian in a possible position of becoming emperor because of the bloodline. His reign of emperor was from 117A.D. to 138A.D. He is best known for the building of Hadrian’s Wall which was a source of protections from “invaders” like Scotland. He traveled all the way from Greece to Britain and Africa. Hadrian was a deep lover of Greek architecture and so built great public buildings throughout the empire. Hadrian marched with the soldiers from place; it was rare for an emperor to be with his soldiers in marching to or from battles. Hadrian was also considered a humanist and he was the third of the five “Good Emperors”.
Building Rome brick by brick
- Vote Hadrian!
The emperor before me was Trajan and since everyone loved him everyone will love me.
“Animula, vagula, blandulaHospescomesquecorporisQuae nuncabibis in locaPallidula, rigida, nudula,Nec, ut soles, dabisiocos... P. AeliusHadrianus Imp.”
Little soul little straylittle drifternow where will you stayall pale and all aloneafter the wayyou used to make fun of things. -Translated by W. S. Merwin