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Soldier's work in the Roman army at the time of Emperor Hadrian did not just include fighting the enemies of Rome.

Soldier's would also have been involved in building projects for the Emperor.

One of the most famous building project for the Roman Army from the days of the Roman Empire was the building of Hadrian's Wall in Brittannia (Great Britain).

Although Roman Slaves and captured prisoners would have worked on Hadrian's Wall, most of this fantastic building achievement would have been done by the Roman Soldiers stationed in Brittannia.

Soldier's would also have been involved in building other defences, walls, forts and encampments all over the Empire.

Besides Hadrian's Wall in Brittania, Emperor Hadrian had the soldiers build a continuous wooden wall along the Danube frontier, a wall along the Rhine River in northern Germany, and stone walls in Numidia.

Soldiers also built and maintained the Empire's network of roads.

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The Emperor Hadrian ruled for 21 years from A.D. 117 until A.D. 138, when the Empire of Ancient Rome was at its height.

The Emperor Hadrian consolidated and strengthened The Roman Empire. He was The Roman Emperor responsible for the building of Hadrian's Wall in England.

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Drawing of a Roman Soldier

Drawing of a legionary soldier.

Drawing of a legionary Roman Soldier from the early imperial period, with javelin, sword belt on the right, and lorica segmentata modern.
Mainz, Landesmuseum.
Source: www.vroma.org


Hadrian's Wall Soldiers

Model of legionary soldiers building Hadrian's wall modern.

Model of legionary Roman Soldiers building Hadrian's wall modern.
Housesteads, Museum.
Source: www.vroma.org

Although Roman Slaves and captured prisoners would have worked on Hadrian's Wall, most of this fantastic building achievement would have been done by the Roman Soldiers stationed in Brittannia.


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