Hadrianopolis

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Hadrianopolis (Latin) or Hadrianoupolis (Greek: Ἁδριανούπολις), sometimes written Adrianopolis, was the name of numerous cities in the Ancient world, named after the Roman Emperor Hadrian. The Latin names, though generally superseded, are still used to name their (archi)episcopal titular sees (actual or titular).

in Europe
in Asia
in Africa
  • Hadrianopolis, also called Hadriane, now Deriana, Libya

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