Gold coin from from the end of Hadrian’s reign, but shows him as a young man. On the reverse is Hadrian in military dress and holding spear, standing right between three standards. C. AD 132-134 or later.
- Statue of Hadrian, 135 CE
- Bust of Hadrian, 118-130 CE
- Bronze Head of Hadrian, c. 122 CE
- Hadrian’s Wall, 122 CE
- Hadrian’s Mausoleum, 135-139 CE
- “Rare Bronze Statue of Hadrian Found by Tourist,” Suzanne F. Singer, BAR 2-04, Dec 1976.
- Werner Eck. “Hadrian’s Hard-Won Victory- Romans Suffer Severe Losses in Jewish War.” Biblical Archaeology Review 33, 5 (2007).
- Kenneth G. Holum. “Iter Principis- Hadrian’s Imperial Tour.” Biblical Archaeology Review 23, 6 (1997).
- Bronze Bust of Hadrian, ruled 117-138, Roman emperor who instigated the Bar Kokhba Revolt.
- Rebellion against Roman Rule, Rina Abrams, COJS.
- Map of the Roman Empire in the Time of Hadrian