This page relates to the year 131 Calendrier Julien.
Edict perpetual taken by Hadrian and written under the direction of the jurisconsult Salvius Julianus who codifies the Roman law and compiles all the already written edicts. It is applicable in all the empire.
- Reorganization of the imperial Council: reinforcement of the central administration, whose stations are entrusted to knights according to a very strict hierarchy. The Sénat is isolated businesses. Hadrian is allocated to the policy monarchist and centralizing of Claude and Domitien. The equestrian order, equipped with a complete statute, is set up definitively in second order of the State. The Italy is divided into legal districts managed by the consular ones, blow carried to the traditional privileges of the Senate.
- creation by Hadrian of subordinates employment recruited among the equestrian order in all the services directed by senatorial dignitaries allows a rigorous control of the revenues from taxes (civils servant charged to control the census). Previously, they was the senior officials themselves which designated their subordinates. From now on, they depend directly on the emperor. Hadrian creates also a true equestrian course. Many provincial can reach important stations and the most qualified civils servant equestrian open up themselves the senatorial career (Pertinax, basic man birth, reaches the empire dead of Commode after a brilliant career).
- Hadrian visit Athens. The Athenians build a Door of Hadrian in his honor and the emperor makes build a library.
- Edict of Hadrian proclaiming prohibition to practice the circumcision. Hadrian prohibits the public reading of the Torah under penalty of death, as well as the festivals and the respect of the Shabbat, the teaching of the Law and the ordination of the rabbis.
Births in 131
Galien, doctor and Greek scientist . More than ten thousand pages of its writings reached us.
Death in 131
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