The emperor Hadrian
had for a tomb a castle as large as a good-sized village, which they called the Moles Adriani, and is now the castle of St.
This curious work dates in its present form from the lifetime or shortly after the death of Hadrian
, but seems to be based in part on an earlier version by the sophist Alcidamas (c.
Then, Mr Wegg, in a dry unflinching way, entered on his task; going straight across country at everything that came before him; taking all the hard words, biographical and geographical; getting rather shaken by Hadrian
, Trajan, and the Antonines; stumbling at Polybius (pronounced Polly Beeious, and supposed by Mr Boffin to be a Roman virgin, and by Mrs Boffin to be responsible for that necessity of dropping it); heavily unseated by Titus Antoninus Pius; up again and galloping smoothly with Augustus; finally, getting over the ground well with Commodus: who, under the appellation of Commodious, was held by Mr Boffin to have been quite unworthy of his English origin, and 'not to have acted up to his name' in his government of the Roman people.
ELDERLY care provider Hadrian
Healthcare Group has promoted Morag Purvis, previously manager at the company's Ridley Park care home in Blyth, to the post of operations director.
org/en/list/430) World Heritage Site in 1987 and was built by the Roman Emperor Hadrian
in 122 AD and was 118 kilometers, approximately 73 miles, long.
Historians, archaeologists, and biblical scholars investigate the extent to which the reign of Roman emperor Hadrian
in 76-138 allowed Christianity to gain a more relevant and influential position in the Greco-Roman world.
is a software database of 103 people, with an age range of 18-89 years, and including 59 people with a broad range and severity of disability.
It was built in AD122 by the Roman army on the orders of the Emperor Hadrian
Many historians believe that Hadrian
was the  -- under whom the Roman Empire reached its greatest strength.
The busts and full-length figures which embellish so beautifully this excellent book (which accompanies the current exhibition featuring Hadrian
at the British Museum) show us a benign face of the emperor - which is almost complacent, a face which can view the follies of mankind with a benign tolerance.
The programme is a curtain-raiser to the exhibition on the Life of Hadrian
opening at the British Museum on July 24.
Long before the opening of its summer exhibition, 'Hadrian
: Empire and Conflict', the British Museum was giving Hadrian