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Hadrian and the Triumph of Rome by Anthony Everitt
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Feb 17, 10

Read in February, 2010

An excellent portrait of an enigmatic Roman, full of the sort of detail for which Mr. Everitt is reknowned. His style is very "reader-friendly" and lacks the stuffiness of most academic works about Rome and her leaders.

The photographs (mostly of surviving statuary), timeline, and maps are pertinent and help flesh out Hadrian and his associates.

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