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Book 3 takes a turn towards more difficult Latin, as fully-developed tense systems come to the fore. Hadrian is now seen to move through his early career as Trajan's right man, in campaigns against the Dacians. His marriage to Sabina is arranged and eventually, feeling slighted in Rome, he arrives in Athens, where he becomes Eponymous Archon. Consideration is given to his achievements in architecture and imperial consolidation. Antinous is discussed, as are other matters in Hadrian's rather difficult later life. Historical accuracy is one of the most abiding constants.

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