Home : Complete Site List : Search : What's New? : Permission to Use : Contact Us

Hadrian In Military Garb

< Prev | 4 of 5 | Next >
Hadrian In Military Garb
Click Photo for Larger Version
Please read before you download

Images and/or text from holylandphotos.org are NOT TO BE USED ON OTHER WEB SITES, NOR COMMERCIALLY, without special permission. To request permission contact us at holylandphotos@gmail.com.

Photo Comments

Statue of the Roman emperor Hadrian (A.D. 117–138) found at Perge.  Second century A.D.

The larger than life size marble statue depicts Hadrian in military garb including a leather molded chest covering (cuirass), a military cloak (paludamentum) draped over his shoulder and arm, a special belt (cingulum), a knee length garment (tunic), sandals, etc.  His head is crowned with a tall wreath of oak leaves.