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A slightly larger than life–size statue of the Roman Emperor Hadrian (A.D. 117–138) sited in the eastern portion of the Greek agora. Hadrian was a great lover of Greek culture and rebuilt and added many structures to
This statue was originally placed in the Stoa of Zeus. The chest piece that he wears is called a “cuirass.” Note the children
The goddess of
For a brief description of the agora Click Here.