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Hadrian in turn gave subventions with a free hand for public works in the
provinces. Nerva transferred part costs of the imperial post from the roadside
municipalities in Italy to the fiscus, and Hadrian similarly relieved the provincial
towns. Lastly ...
Max Cary. prepared to make due allowance for local custom and is at pains to
avoid anything suggestive of harsh or overbearing behaviour.85 Hadrian's The
interest of Hadrian in the provinces was manifested by his tours of systematic
Hadrian and Antoninus followed this precedent ; M. Aurelius assumed the gentile
name of Antoninus. By this time the rules of Roman nomenclature, which had
long lost their original significance, were falling into disregard. 2 We may accept ...
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