Hadrian

Guest post: ‘Always in all things changeable’: The emperor and his tomb

An essay by Nick Leonard... The emperor of Rome, ‘god and Panhellene,’1 was not one to linger anywhere, and certainly not in the capital city that he despised. All the major hallmarks of Hadrian’s reign – his civic architectural projects, his defensive fortifications, his drilling of the legions – stemmed from a restlessness that compelled… Continue reading Guest post: ‘Always in all things changeable’: The emperor and his tomb