Frontiers of the Roman Empire, Hadrian, Hadrian1900, Moesia Inferior, Moesia Superior, Pannonia

Late spring 118 AD – Hadrian inspects his troops along the Danube Limes (#Hadrian1900)

Soon after suppressing the disturbances that had broken out in Moesia Inferior (see previous post here), Hadrian embarked on a quick inspection of the military bases along the lower and middle Danube frontier. The new emperor knew the area well through his appointment as governor of the province of Pannonia Inferior in 106 AD, also… Continue reading Late spring 118 AD – Hadrian inspects his troops along the Danube Limes (#Hadrian1900)

Epigraphy, Greece, Hadrian1900

118 AD – Hadrian sends letters of reply to Astypalaea and Delphi (#Hadrian1900)

Soon after the accession of Hadrian, a number of important cities sent congratulatory embassies to the new princeps by which they expressed their warm wishes and asked confirmation of the privileges bestowed to them by Trajan. One such embassy, sent from Hierapolis towards the end of 117 AD, returned with a letter from the emperor.… Continue reading 118 AD – Hadrian sends letters of reply to Astypalaea and Delphi (#Hadrian1900)