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Publius Aelius Traianus Hadrianus, simply known as Hadrianus. Publius Aelius Traianus Hadrianus (Italica, 24 January 76 - Baiae, 10 July 138) was a Roman emperor of the Adoptive Emperors dynasty and ruled from 117 until his death.
The successor of Trajan, according to historian Edward Gibbon was one of the "Five Good Emperors". An educated and passionate admirer of Greek culture, he travelled all over the empire and made the most of the provinces. He was attentive to improving the conditions of the soldiers. He built a fortified wall in Britain, the Hadrian's wall.
The emperor also left his mark in Rome, with the construction of the Mausoleum, the Mole Adriana, and the reconstruction of the Pantheon, which had been destroyed by fire.
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- "Publius Aelius Hadrianus", 43 cm, Buste
- Scuola Scalpellina Romana
- Geschatte periode
- 20e eeuw
- Land van herkomst
- Goede staat - gebruikt met kleine tekenen van ouderdom en vlekjes
- 44×33×30 cm
- 48 kg