Hadrian’s Mausoleum (Castel Sant’Angelo) and the Ponte Sant’Angelo, once the site of the Pons Aelius (Bridge of Hadrian) in Rome.
Hadrian built the mausoleum to hold his ashes and they were placed there a year after his death in Baiae in 138, together with those of his wife Sabina, and his first adopted son, Lucius Aelius, who also died in 138. Remains of succeeding emperors were also placed in the mausoleum until the year 217.
- Statue of Hadrian, 135 CE
- Bust of Hadrian, 118-130 CE
- Coin of Hadrian, c. 132-134 CE
- Bronze Head of Hadrian, c. 122 CE
- Hadrian’s Wall, 122 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