Roman temple from 145 AD with 11 Corinthian columns standing, now facade of Rome’s stock exchange. The temple of Adriano (or Adriano, or Adrianeo) is a Roman temple located in Rome, in Piazza di Pietra, a place name that owes its name to the age-old persistence of the remains within the ancient Campo Marzio region. The temple was erected in honor of the emperor Hadrian, deified after his death. Vibia Sabina, dead and divinized in 136. To works that have just begun, the actual construction of the temple is due to his successor, Antonino Pio, and was completed around 145.