Color photo of a bust of the Roman Emperor Hadrian.
This is a statue of the Emperor Hadrian who changed the name of Jerusalem to Aelia Capitolina in 131 A.D. He also changed the name of Judea to Palestina. The Jews revolted under Bar Kochba and after a 3 year bloodbath the Jews were expelled from the city permanently. Hadrian erected the Temple of Jupiter on the Temple Mount and erased every trace of Jewish life from Jerusalem.
This photo can be used for projection, lamination or color print from postcard to poster size. [One Year License]
This photo is available as a high resolution digital download with detailed instructions. You must bring the file to an Office Depot or similar store for easy color print and lamination. For personal, church or classroom use only.