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Temple of Venus and Rome
   was designed by   
Hadrian
Ancient Roman Classical Corinthian period, 123-135, built in Rome, Italy
Marguerite Yourcenar
   wrote   
Memoirs of Hadrian
1951
Hadrian
   was Roman Emperor during   
117 AD - 138 AD
Started building Hadrian's Wall in 122 AD
Frederick Rolfe
   wrote   
Hadrian the Seventh
Rolfe wrote under the pseudonym "Baron Corvo". Rolfe's most well known work, this novel of extreme wish-fulfilment developed out of an article he wrote on the Papal Conclave to elect the successor to Pope Leo XIII.
Marguerite Yourcenar
   created the character   
Hadrian
Memoirs of Hadrian, 1951
Hadrian
   was a   
Roman Emperor
Ruled 117-138; best remembered for his wall marking the northern limit of Roman territory in Britain
Hadrian
   was a   
Roman Emperor
Ruled 117-138; best remembered for his wall marking the northern limit of Roman territory in Britain
Black Country Communion 2
   features   
The Battle For Hadrian's Wall
2011
Black Country Communion 2
   featured   
The Battle For Hadrian's Wall
Augustus, Tacitus, Hadrian, Caligula
   are all   
Roman Emperors
Caligula had a mounting collection of "toys in his attic" evidenced by his promoting his horse to the position of General in his army (the other evidence is not allowed on this family site)
Live Over Europe
   features   
The Battle For Hadrian's Wall
2012
Hadrian's Wall
   is located in the county of   
Northumberland
Roman stone and timber fortification
Marcus Aurelius
   is buried in   
Mausoleum of Hadrian, Rome, Italy
Emperor, d. 180
Hadrian's Wall
   is situated in   
England
Northumberland/Cumbria. 1800 year-old wall marking the Roman Empire's northern reach






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