Roma İmparatoru Hadrianus ve Anadolu: Geziler, Eyaletler ve Kentler

Mehmet Ali KAYA  Kevser TAŞDÖNER ÖZCAN  494–513

 

Abstract: Hadrian is particularly known for both his extensive travels throughout the empire and his phil­hellenism. In Asia Minor he visited a vast number of cities in various provinces. New cities were found and named after him. Some cities named festivals, tribes, arches, baths and other official buildings after Hadrian or erected temples and altars for him. The emperor was a generous benefactor of cities, giving aid to them after earthquakes or seeing to their water or grain supply. Harbour facilities, roads or official buildings were also repaired by him. Hadrian also took an interest in judicial problems in some cities. This paper aims to study Hadrian’s involvement in provinces and provincial cities in Asia Minor with a focus on the honours given to him by cities within the context of his travels.

Keywords: Hadrian; travels; cities; Asia Minor; benefactions.

 

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