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This publication is based on papers presented at an academic conference that followed the British Museum’s exhibition Hadrian: Empire and Conflict. It offers new research by sixteen international experts on one of the most important Roman emperors. Their essays cover a wide range of aspects of Hadrian’s reign, which continues to attract considerable academic interest and vivid debate. Drawing from the fields of architecture, ancient history, art history, archaeology and science, the authors present critical new insights, both on familiar monuments and new discoveries, spanning the breadth of the Roman Empire and regions far beyond, from the Caucasus to the Indian Ocean.