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  Hadrian (76 AD to 138 AD)
In 96 AD Hadrian held his first public office as a tribune of Macedonia.Following his Tribuneship,Hadrian served in Trajan's Dacian wars between 101 AD and 106 AD.Also,Hadrian was made Quaestor by Trajan in 101 AD and later Quaestor in 106 AD.
Hadrian was elected to his first consolship in 106 AD and later again in 118 AD.In 114 AD Hadrian was made govenor of Syria where he became disliked due to the fact that he was accused of executing four senators which he denied by saying that the senate ordered the executions,not him.
Trajan died in 117 AD and Hadrian immediately suceeded to the throne of emperor.
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 Airbus Model A300 B4-600, B4-600R, and F4-600R Series
We are issuing this AD to prevent corrosion on the inner rim angle and cleat profile splice of the aft pressure bulkhead, which could result in the loss of airplane structural integrity.
AD 98-19-22 refers to Airbus Service Bulletins A300-53-6066 and A310-53-2092, both dated October 16, 1996; and Revision 01, both dated March 11, 1998; as appropriate sources of service information for accomplishing repetitive inspections to detect corrosion of the lower rim area of the aft pressure bulkhead.
That AD requires repetitive inspections for cracking and corrosion in the lower rim area of the rear pressure bulkhead and adjacent areas, repetitive inspections for cracking or corrosion in the service apertures and the upper rim area of the rear pressure bulkhead, and corrective actions if necessary.
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 Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for Trajan
He was adopted in AD 97 by Emperor Nerva, who died shortly afterward.
AD), is still the chief port of Rome.
He became emperor as the adopted successor of Trajan, and spent much of his reign touring the provinces of the Empire, promoting good government and loyalty to Rome, and securing the frontiers.
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 Rome Unleashed - The Spread of Christianity
The harsh persecutions began in the 3rd Century when Christanity was well established (even among the ruling classes) but came to be seen as a threat to the state.
In 250 AD, Emperor Decius (249-251 AD) ordered all citizens of the empire to make sacrifice to the traditional gods of Rome.
Persecution was renewed in 303 AD when Galerius made a final attempt to revitalize the old faith but in 312 AD the Emperor Constantine made Christianity the state religion.; he was baptized on his death bed in 337 AD.
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The Arch of Constantine (315 AD) was erected in honor of the first Christian Emperor's victory over Maxentius at Soxa Rubra (the Milvian Bridge) in 312 AD, just north of Rome.
The triple Arch of Septimius Severus, nearly 21m high and over 23m wide is entirely faced with marble and was erected in AD 203 to honor the 10th anniversary of the emperor's ascension.
The Temple of Castor and Pollux was originally built in 484 BC by the dictator Aulus Postumius in honor of the twin heroes Castor and Pollux, whose miraculous appearance at the battle of Lake Regillus (496 BC) resulted in the victory for the Romans over the Tarquins.
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 Rome: Imperial Rome
In 68 AD, the armies revolted in Gaul and Nero was overthrown.
   Domitian was assassinated in 96 AD (it was hard to die a natural death as emperor of Rome; very few seemed to have achieved it), and since he had no successor, the Senate elected the senator Nerva (96-98 AD).
Writers such as Juvenal (60-140 AD) and Persius continued to write satires about the moral decay of Roman culture while exulting in the day to day problems and depravity of their city and its bursting population.
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 Anatomy of a Roman Coin - Calgary Coin
Trajan was the adopted by the Emperor Nerva in October of AD 97, at which point he assumed NERVA as part of his name.
It is this title, which he was awarded in January of AD 98, that defines him as Emperor.
For the purposes of dating this coin, this is the most important title on the coin, as it tells us the coin cannot have been issued prior to AD 116 and thus the coin was issued in AD 116 or 117.
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Gaius (Caligula) - an emperor of Rome from 37 - 41 AD.
He was known as Caligula because of the soldier's boots called caligae that he wore as a child.
Nero - a cruel emperor from 37 - 68 AD.
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 117 - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
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The Roman Empire reached its maximal extent between 116 and 117 AD.
Trajan subdued a Judean revolt, then fell seriously ill, leaving Hadrian in command of the east.
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 FR Doc E5-8242
We are proposing this AD to prevent failure of the aileron and flap/slat controls system, which could result in reduced controllability of the airplane.
FAA's Determination and Requirements of the Proposed AD This airplane model is manufactured in Brazil and is type certificated for operation in the United States under the provisions of section 21.29 of the Federal Aviation Regulations (14 CFR 21.29) and the applicable bilateral airworthiness agreement.
This proposed AD would not have a substantial direct effect on the States, on the relationship between the national Government and the States, or on the distribution of power and responsibilities among the various levels of government.
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Trajan gained his first major political office in 71 AD when he was made Tribune at the age of 15.
In 100 AD, Trajan launched a campaign against the Dacians because they were becoming a threat to the Roman empire and taking much of Rome's wealth.
Trajan died on August 18 in the year 117 AD of congestive heart failure in Cilicia.
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 Historical Coins: Traian to Constantin I
IMPERATOR VIII (sestertius, Trajan in Mesopotamia, 116 / 117 AD)
In 161 AD Vologases IV of Parthia attacked Armenia and installed his chief general on its throne.
Constantin I and Crispus defeat the Alemanni and Francs in 320 AD Alamannia, Gaudium Romanorum (Solidus, Constantinus I)
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 Hadrian 117 AD ñ 119 AD
It was in 117 AD that Emperor Trajan, after reigning for nine years, suddenly died while in Southern Turkey.
The great Jewish revolt was suppressed in 117 AD and the Roman’s defeated the tribes on their Northern British frontier.
Most of the forts that were constructed were abandoned early in the second century.Another accomplishment of Hadrian's was in 120 AD he began construction of the Pantheon, a very elaborate temple that was reminiscent of the Greek temples.
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 eBay - denarius ad, Coins Ancient, Coins World items on eBay.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Faustina I, Ar Denarius, 138-141 AD XF portrait
Marcus Aurelius, Ar Denarius, 146-147 AD XF portrait
Julia Domna (AD 193-217) AR Denarius / Fortuna
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 117 (number) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
It is also a pentagonal number and a Harshad number.
In astronomy, the Saros number of the solar eclipse series which began on 792 June 24 at 05:51:16 UT and will end on 2054 August 3 at 18:01:55 UT. The duration of Saros series 117 is 1262.11 years, and it contains 71 solar eclipses.
The NGC (New General Catalog) [1] object 117, a 15th magnitude spiral galaxy in the constellation Cetus
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 Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for Nerva
He distinguished himself as a general and administrator and was made junior co-emperor by Nerva in 97.
Trajan's reign is noted for the DACIAN WARS (101–06), which ended in the annexation of Dacia as a province; the campaigns are illustrated on...
In AD 97 he was appointed substitute consul under Nerva, and later he was proconsul of Asia.
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 The Roman Empire (98 - 117 AD)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
The plan to conquer the germanic regions between the Rhine and Elba rivers were never realized.
Resuming with Tiberius (14 - 37 AD), the Rhine became the confines of the Empire.
It is under his reign that the Empire achieved its largest measure.
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 The Emperor Hadrian 117 -- 138 AD   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
The Emperor Hadrian 117 -- 138 AD The Emperor Hadrian 117 -- 138 AD
Hadrian, who came to power in 117 A.D. after the death of Trajan, was one of the greatest of the Roman emperors, the third in the line of the "Adoptive Emperors".
He was also an adventurer who loved travel and a talented architect who designed the Pantheon in Rome and his own villa outside Rome.
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 boys clothes : 2nd century AD
These five emperors and the years of their rule are Nerva (96-98 AD), Trajan (98-117 AD), Hadrian (117-138 AD), Antoninus Pius (138-161 AD) and Marcus Aurelius (161-180 AD).
Septimus Severus emerges as the victor (193 AD) and rules as a military dictaor until his death (211 AD).
The 2nd century AD The 3rd century AD] [The 4th century AD] [The 5th century AD] [The 6th century AD]
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It was in AD 88/89 that he marched this legion into Upper Germany help in suppressing the rebellion of Saturninus against Domitian.
Domitian's successor Nerva though was not a man to hold a grudge and in AD 96 Trajan was made governor of Upper Germany.
Far more he went on a tour of inspection to see the legions long the Rhine and Danube frontiers.With Domitian's memory still held dear by the legions it was a wise move by Trajan to bolster his support among the soldiers with a personal visit to their frontier strongholds.
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 MuseumSurplus Roman Coins
Hadrian, 117 to 138 AD with ROMA !!
HADRIAN, 117 to 138 AD with Salus !!
However, in 182 AD she was implicated in a plot against Commodus and was exiled to the Island of Capri and then executed.
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By the time Hadrian became Emperor in 117 AD the Roman Empire had ceased to expand.
He visited Britain in 122 AD, and ordered a wall to be built between the Solway Firth in the West and the River Tyne in the east "to separate Romans from Barbarians".
The emperor Trajan (AD 98 – 117) had extended the Roman Empire by conquering new territories, including Dacia (Romania) and Mesopotamia (Iraq).
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Caligula, 37-41 AD, Rev: SPQR OB CIVIS SERVATOS in
Nero, 54-68 AD, Rev: goddesses Annona and Ceres
Julia Domna, wife of Septimius Severus, died 217 AD.
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He was born AD 121 became Caesar AD139, died AD 180.
Denarius of Severus Alexander dated AD Reverse: Aequitus (Equity) holding the Scales of Justice and a Cornucopiae (horn of plenty) - the symbols of justice and prosperity
He was proclaimed Emperor AD 235 and was murdered by his own troops AD 238.
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Ruling from 117 to 138 AD, Hadrian was the adopted son of Trajan and continued the adoptive line by selecting Antoninus Pius as his successor.
As a general rule, most Roman emperors used longer legends near the beginning of their reigns and shorter legends later when more people were familiar with the ruler.
Oddly, although Hadrian accepted his last consulship in 119 AD, it is the COS III device that most frequently appears in his legends over the next two decades.
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 SparkNotes: Roman Art and Architecture: General Summary
The Imperial period may be further sub- divided into significant reigns and dynasties: the Julio-Claudians (27 BC-68 AD), the Flavians (69-96 AD), the reigns of Trajan (98-117 AD) and Hadrian (117-138 AD), the Antonines (138-192 AD), and the Severans (193-235 AD).
Because of the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD, we have significantly more Roman paintings than Greek paintings: the ash covering the area preserved the wall decorations.
Painted portraits from the Fayum in Egypt are also preserved, because of the hot, dry climate of Northern Africa.
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Note - some residue of bronze encrustation (due to the mix of coins in the original hoard) is still present and may be removed with a d...
Cappadocia, Caesarea, Trajan, AD 98-117, Silver Tridrachm, 6th Consulship, Issued 112-117 (10.800 g) Obv.
Marcus Agrippa AE As (Neptune)Date: 37 - 41 AD Obverse: M AGRIPPA L F COS III, bold portrait of the friend, general and consul to Augustus, first Emperor of Rome.
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 EPU - Otto Vaenius, Amorum emblemata (1608) - Ad extremum [117]
In the same way true love cruelly will not perish but by death [or crudeli: by cruel death] if he is able to die when his life ends.
Vivet ad extremum [58] (in: Otto Vaenius, Amoris divini emblemata (1615))
Ad extremum [63] (in: Otto Vaenius, Emblemata aliquot selectiora amatoria (1618))
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