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The Emperor Hadrian ruled for 21 years from A.D. 117 until A.D. 138, when the Empire of Ancient Rome was at its height.

The Emperor Hadrian consolidated and strengthened The Roman Empire. He was The Roman Emperor responsible for the building of Hadrian's Wall in England.

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Roman Coinage in the time of the Emperor Hadrian.

Bronze sestertius with portrait of Hadrian, 117-138 CE.

Bronze sestertius with portrait of Emperor Hadrian, 117-138 CE.
Reverse depicts a Roman warship, showing oars and rowers.
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Bronze sestertius of Hadrian, minted in Rome 121 CE.

Bronze sestertius of Emperor Hadrian, minted in Rome 121 CE.
Shows the Genius of the Circus holding a chariot wheel.
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Denarius of Hadrian, 117-138 CE.

Denarius of Emperor Hadrian, 117-138 CE.
Portrait of the Emperor Hadrian wearing a laurel wreath.
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Denarius of Hadrian, 117-138 CE.

Denarius of Emperor Hadrian, 117-138 CE.
Part of a series of coins celebrating the emperor's alleged virtues, in this case Justice.
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Denarius of Hadrian, 117-138 CE.

Denarius of Emperor Hadrian, 117-138 CE.
Part of a series of coins celebrating the emperor's alleged virtues, in this case Liberality.
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Drawing of a Roman Coin.

Drawing of coin showing Hadrian addressing populace from Temple of the Deified Julius Caesar from coin of Hadrian.
Credits: Ch. Huelsen, The Roman Forum: Its History and Its Monuments, trans. J.B. Carter (2nd ed.), fig. 84, p. 156, 1909.
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Denarius of Hadrian, 117-138 CE.

Denarius of Emperor Hadrian, 117-138 CE.
Part of a series of coins celebrating the emperor's alleged virtues, in this case Patience.
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Denarius of Hadrian, 117-138 CE.

Denarius of Emperor Hadrian, 117-138 CE.
Part of a series of coins celebrating the emperor's alleged virtues, in this case Tranquility.
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Reverse of bronze drachm of Hadrian, issued in Egypt, 133-34 CE.

Reverse of bronze drachm of Emperor Hadrian, issued in Egypt, 133-34 CE.
Depicts two snakes reflecting native Egyptian symbolism—Agathodaemon (sacred to Serapis) and Uraeus (sacred to Isis).
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Hadrian Denarius.

Denarius of Emperor Hadrian.
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Emperor Hadrian Medallion

Medallion of the Emperor Hadrian.

Medallion of the Emperor, Age of Hadrian.
The Emperor sacrifices to Apollo.
EUR (Rome): Museo della Civilta (reworked for decoration on the Arch of Constantine: see Arch of Constantine). Credits: Ann Raia, 1999.
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