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Scroll down the page to see a map of the Roman Empire that shows where Emperor Hadrian was most likely born. (Note: there is some dispute about this as some people think he was born in Italy).

There is also a map of the Roman Empire that shows where the heaviest populated towns and cities were at the time of the Emperor Hadrian.

The greatest extent of the Roman empire c117 AD - This map shows the Roman empire c117 AD at the time when Emperor Hadrian came to power.

Clickable map of Roman Empire - This map shows the Roman empire at its greatest extent and is clickable to get to more detailed maps of the empire.

Roman empire 3rd Century AD - This map shows the Roman empire in the 3rd Century AD.

The Western Roman Empire - Link to a Map c. 395 A.D. of the Roman Empire. (JPEG Format)
Note: This map represents the Roman Empire quite a long time AFTER the life of the Emperor Hadrian. (Over 200 years later).

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A bust of the Emperor Hadrian (c)2000 Princeton Economic Institute justin Paola - Ancient Rome History Resource Hadrians Roman Life in the times of Emperor Hadrian

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.

Hadrian was one of the most remarkable and talented of all the Emperors of Rome.... more about Emperor Hadrian
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Maps of Ancient Rome and the Roman Empire.

Maps of Ancient Rome.


Map of the Roman Empire in AD 125

Map of the Roman World.

Map of the Roman Empire in AD 125.
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Map of the Roman World showing the origins of the Emperors

Map of the Roman World.

Map of the Roman World showing the origins of the Emperors.
Source: www.darkwing.uoregon.edu


Map of the Roman World showing urbanisation in the 2nd Century CE (Christian Era)

Map of the Roman World.

Map of the Roman World showing urbanisation in the 2nd Century CE (Christian Era).
Source: www.darkwing.uoregon.edu


Map of the Roman World under Emperor Hadrian in 116AD

Roman Empire under Emperor Hadrian in 116ad

A good map of the Empire under the rule of Emperor Hadrian. The map shows the extent of the empire in 116 AD.


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