WEDNESDAY 20 JUNE 2018

SEARCH   
  • VISIT BACKSTAGE
  • ECOWAN
  • SECTOR NEWS
  • METRO NEWS
  • Tech Spot
  • TENDERSTREAM

    5 reasons to subscribe to TENDERSTREAM:

    - 40-50 Daily global project leads

    - 24/7 Access to live database

    - Daily Tender Alert email

    - Flexible tariffs & tailored packages

    - Multiple emails under 1 subscription

    Start your FREE trial today!

  • News in Pictures News in Pictures
WAN Jobs
News Review
Podcasts
WAN Urban Challenge
WAN Awards
 
 
The British Museum - Hadrian: Empire and Conflict
 
   
Start Date 24/07/2008
 
End Date 26/10/2008
 
Location London 
 
Country United Kingdom 
 
Description Admission charge, sponsored by BP
Reading Room

Hadrian, emperor of Rome from 117 to 138AD, is best known for his interest in architecture, his passion for Greece and Greek culture and of course the eponymous wall he built between England and Scotland, then Caledonia. This exhibition will look beyond his established image and offer new perspectives on his life and rule, exploring the sharp contradictions of his personality and his role as a ruthless military commander. This will be the second exhibition held in the Round Reading Room, itself inspired by one of Hadrian’s architectural masterpieces in Rome, the Pantheon.

The press conference at the BM will be held on Thursday 10 January at 9am.

 

 
  Return to events