Hadrian’s Wall on Tyneside – at Segedunum Roman Fort (UK), until 30 October 2016
A 50m part of Hadrian’s Wall was first discovered in 1998 but was kept undercover to protect it. Now Segedunum Roman Fort in Wallsend is putting the section of wall on display, along with artefacts and a bath house recently excavated at the site.
Hadrian 2017. Metamorphosis: The birth of a new Rome – from October 2017 to May 2018 at the Archaeological Museum of Seville (Spain)
The Archaeological Museum of Seville in southern Spain is planning to host an exhibition in 2017 to commemorate the 1900th anniversary of the accession of Hadrian to the imperial throne. (read more here)
Hadrian and His Cavalry exhibition, at 10 sites across Hadrian’s Wall (UK) – between April and September 2017
Archaeologists and historians are planning ancient Roman war games to take place along Hadrian’s Wall between April and September 2017. The six-month exhibition, ‘Hadrian and His Cavalry’ will shed light on the important role played by the cavalry of Imperial Rome.
- “Blockbuster” exhibition to tell tales of Roman cavalry archaeology found along Hadrian’s Wall
- World’s biggest Roman cavalry battle re-enactment to be held at Hadrian’s Wall
- Roman soldiers will ride to glory once more at Hadrian’s Wall
- World’s largest re-enactment of Roman cavalry set for Hadrian’s Wall
Mémoires de Trajan, mémoires d’Hadrien – Colloque international et pluridisciplinaire – 28th & 29th September 2017, at the Université de Lille SHS (France)