Hadrian in London

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London’s British Museum (phone +44 [0] 20 7323 8000 or 8299, www.britishmuseum.org) is hosting the exhibition “Hadrian: Empire and Conflict,” July 24-Oct. 26, 2008, bringing together, for the first time, objects from 35 museums and recent excavations.

Open daily 10-5:30 (last entry 4:20) or on Thursdays and Fridays 10-8:30 (last entry 7:20). £12 (near $24) adult, £10 senior, or two adults with three children, £25. 

Publius Aelius Traianus Hadrian, who ruled A.D. 117-138, is probably best known in Britain for causing the construction of a fortified wall to protect Roman Britain from the Scots.

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London’s British Museum (phone +44 [0] 20 7323 8000 or 8299, www.britishmuseum.org) is hosting the exhibition “Hadrian: Empire and Conflict,” July 24-Oct. 26, 2008, bringing together, for the first time, objects from 35 museums and recent excavations.

Open daily 10-5:30 (last entry 4:20) or on Thursdays and Fridays 10-8:30 (last entry 7:20). £12 (near $24) adult, £10 senior, or two adults with three children, £25. 

Publius Aelius Traianus Hadrian, who ruled A.D. 117-138, is probably best known in Britain for causing the construction of a fortified wall to protect Roman Britain from the Scots.