TrueNorth's picture

ADRIAN "of Hadria" (Latin). Hadria was a town in northern Italy (it gave it's name to the Adriatic Sea). Hadrian the Emperor was a famous bearer of the name.

Just cause Adriens and Adrians rule.



transalex's picture


Hadrian the Emperor made this cool wall in Britain that got named after him, to keep out the northern Pictish tribes (hah! like that worked totally against the Picts!). He was a talented architect and built stuff all over the empire, if I recall correctly. Cool guy to share a name with. Not sure if he was queer tho. ;-)


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