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76 CE - 138 CE: Life of Emperor Hadrian.
76 CE - 138 CE: Life of Roman emperor Hadrian (Publius Aelius Hadrianus).
98 CE: Accession of the emperor Trajan. Hadrian announced himself the death of Nerva to Trajan.
100 CE: Hadrian marries Vibia Sabina.
112 CE: Hadrian's Wall built as boundary between Roman Britain and Pictland.
117 CE: Death of Trajan. Now governor of Syria, Hadrian becomes emperor as he was previously adopted by Trajan.
117 CE - 138 CE: Rule of the Roman Emperor Hadrian who supports great building projects in and around the Agora of Athens.
117 CE - 138 CE: Hadrian rules as Rome's 14th Emperor.
117 CE: Restoration of Alexandria by Emperor Hadrian of Rome.
117 CE: Roman emperor Hadrian grants independence to the Kingdom of Armenia.
117 CE - 138 CE: Reign of Roman Emperor Hadrian.
118 CE: Hadrian returns to Rome. Execution of the four consulars.
118 CE - 121 CE: Beginning of the works of Hadrian's villa at Tivoli.
121 CE - 125 CE: First trip of Hadrian around the Empire: Gaul, Germany, Noricum, Britain, Tarraconis, Cappadocia, Gallatia, Bythinia, Asia, Greece, Mesia, Dacia and Pannonia.
122 CE: Construction begins on Hadrian's Wall.
124 CE: Roman emperor Hadrian visits Lydia.
127 CE: The Baths of Hadrian at Lepcis Magna are completed.
128 CE: Hadrian visits Sicilia and Africa. He inspect the African army and gives the Lambesis speech.
128 CE - 134 CE: Hadrian travels to Greece, Anatolia, Syria, Judea, Arabia, Egypt and goes back via Greece.
129 CE - 130 CE: Roman emperor Hadrian visits Jerash in Jordan, a visit commemorated by a triumphal arch.
130 CE: Death of Antinous, Hadrian's favourite, in Egypt.
136 CE: Adoption of L. Aelius Caesar by Hadrian.
138 CE: Adoption of Antoninus. Hadrian demands him to adopt Aelius Caesar's son, known as Lucius Verus. Death of Hadrian and accession of Antoninus Pius.
138 CE: Divinization of Hadrian. The ashes are put in his mausoleum.
138 CE: Temple dedicated to Hadrian built in Ephesos.
138 CE: Adoption of Antoninus Pius by Emperor Hadrian.
142 CE: The Antonine Wall built under Antoninus Pius, north of Hadrian's Wall.
163 CE: Rebuilding at Corbridge, just north of Hadrian's Wall.