Hadrian



[hey-dree-uh n] /ˈheɪ dri ən/

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(Publius Aelius Hadrianus) a.d. 76–138, Roman emperor 117–138.
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died a.d. 795, pope 772–795.
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Italian ecclesiastic: pope a.d. 867–872.
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Saint, Italian ecclesiastic: pope a.d. 884–885.
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(Nicholas Breakspear) c1100–59, only Englishman to become pope, 1154–59.
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died 1276, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 1276.
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1459–1523, Dutch ecclesiastic: pope 1522–23.
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Latin name Publius Aelius Hadrianus. 76–138 ad, Roman emperor (117–138); adopted son and successor of Trajan. He travelled throughout the Roman Empire, strengthening its frontiers and encouraging learning and architecture, and in Rome he reorganized the army and codified Roman law
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original name Nicholas Breakspear. ?1100–59, the only English pope (1154–59)

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