Columbia professor speaks on archaeological findings

Emperor Hadrian has been recorded in the annals of history as being a complex, benevolent dictator. His legacy, once a masterpiece of Roman architecture and now a desolation of debris and crumbled walls, is still being studied by many archaeological associations. Two of these groups, the Archaeological Institute of America (AIA) and Long Island Society (LIS), sent members to Breslin Hall on Sunday, Feb. 11 to share their recent knowledge of Hadrian’s Villa in Rome.