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Temple of the Divine Hadrian

Temple of Hadrian
Temple to the Deified Hadrian on the Campus Martius in Rome. Only one wall survives, mainly because it was converted into a papal palace and eventually into a Borsa bank. It was built by Hadrian's successor, Antoninus Pius in order to deify him. It is located in the Piazza di Pietra on the Campus Martius.

Temple of Hadrian

The Temple of Hadrian is in the Campus Marius in Rome, near the Pantheon. The temple was built [JWO: dedicated] in 145 AD by Emperor Hadrian’s successor, Antoninus Pius, despite the objections of a Senate that was not happy with Hadrian because of his disregard for their wishes. Despite this Hadrian was deified and the temple was built, which is…

Temple of Hadrian

The Temple of Divine Hadrian, who reigned from 117-138AD, was built by his successor, Antoninus Pius. The building is somewhat hellenistic in its style and architecture. Eleven columns of the north side of the temple still stand though the building itself has been incorporated into the modern Stock Exchange. Many of the original war trophies and…