The Traversari (or domus Traversariorum, according to medieval chroniclers) are a noble Italian family. The dynasty’s history was mostly connected to Ravenna, which it ruled between the 12th and 13th centuries. St. Romuald was the son of Duke Sergio degli Onesti of Ravenna and of Traversara Traversari, daughter of Teodoro Traversari, son of Paolo I Traversari.
1 Legendary origins
2.1 Middle Ages
2.2 Exile from Ravenna
2.3 Fall of Ravenna
3 The Traversari and the arts
4 See also
6 External links
According to the legend, the family’s origins date back to the 5th century. The progenitor was one Teodoro, a general of the Heruli, the people led by King Odoacer, who in 476 took control of Italy. This Teodoro allegedly founded a castle in the middle of the plain created by the river Lamone, called Traversara Castle, from which his descendants would later take their surname.
After the death of Odoacer (around 490), Teodoro Traversari went into the service of the new conqueror, Theodoric, King of the Goths, being named Duke, which title would be passed to his descendants. Teodoro was appointed the Prefect of Ravenna; later he became a Patrician, then he was elected Consul. After the death of Theodoric, Italy began a rapid decline. In 553 the Byzantine completed the conquest of the Italian peninsula, establishing their capital in Ravenna. During the period of Byzantine domination, the Traversari occupied several important positions.
Girolamo Rossi sketched a family tree of the house in the book Historiarum ravennatum books (1572). He wrote that the first to use the designation of “Traversaria” was one Duke Paul, who died in 947. A branch of the family, about the year 1000, moved to Venice, where they obtained the patrician status. From here they took a new surname, as the noble Venetian family called “Lezze”. The main branch of the family remained in Romagna.
The Traversari family held possessions in Ravenna and in the countryside, exercising a dominant role in the city. The Traversari extended their influence over much of the northern Adriatic. In 1024 Rustico Traversari had properties in Adria, Comacchio, Ravenna, Cervia, Imola, Faenza, Rimini, Jesi and Ancona.
Alberto Traversari (1060–1137) served under the flags of emperor Lothair II. His brother John Traversari died in 1158 during the siege of Milan, fighting under emperor Frederick I Barbarossa. Their sister So
The native form of this personal name is Hajdu Attila. This article uses Western name order when mentioning individuals.
Date of birth
(1971-04-13) 13 April 1971 (age 45)
Place of birth
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Attila Hajdu (born 13 April 1971) is a Hungarian football player.
He spent most of his career playing for clubs in Hungary, but also had a spell with SC Fortuna Köln in the German 2. Bundesliga.
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Walton is a residential area and electoral ward of the city of Peterborough, Cambridgeshire in the United Kingdom. Manufacturers of industrial machinery, Peter Brotherhood Limited, relocated here from London in 1906.
Walton County Infant and Junior schools were amalgamated in September 2007 to form a single Primary School; following the closure of Walton Comprehensive School in July 2007, secondary pupils attend The Voyager School which opened in September 2007.
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Wickremesooriya & Co. Colombo (Private) Ltd.
The Childrens Bookshop
Various (Sinhala pop, Western pop, Tamil pop, Baila, Light Classical, Traditional Folk, Traditional Drums, Theatre music etc.)
Country of origin
Sooriya Records Sinhalese: සූරිය is a Sri Lankan record label founded by Gerald and Dulcie Wickremesooriya in 1968.
2 Artists & Releases
3 Sooriya Show
4 Special Contributions
5 See also
7 External links
The Children’s Bookshop, started in 1959 located near the Fort Clock Tower at No. 20, Queens Street, originated as a store for children’s books and later on extended to selling children’s records. Gerald Wickremesooriya eventually began importing EP discs of famous singers and bands like Jim Reeves, Beetles which then led to producing records on own under the record label: “Sooriya”.
Artists & Releases
“The Moonstones” were the first band to record on the newly established Sooriya label in 1968 with the EP “More Hits by The Moonstones” bearing the catalogue number CHB001. Similarly, Dharmaratne Brothers hit the popular “Varsity Kollo”, and Mendis Foursome along with Maxwell Mendis hit “Swarna Hamuwuwe”. Veteran Saxophonist Stanley Peiris first recorded his music on Sooriya which became the first instrumental record of Sinhala Pop in Sri Lanka.
Gerald Wickremesooriya’s residence at 5, Sea Avenue in Colombo was the location for weekly auditions where talents were discovered. Golden Chimes, Super Golden Chimes, The Three Sisters, Stanley Peiris and The Fortunes, M.S Fernando, Paul Fernanado, Shiromi Fernando, Samanalayo, La Bambas, Los Flamencos, Desmond De Silva, Dalrene Arnolda, Noeline Honter, Claude and the Sensations, Winslow Six, A.E. Manoharan, Priya Suriyasena, Eranga and Priyanga, Spitfires, Milton Mallawarachchi, and many more owe their stardom and fame in pop music to Sooriya.
Sooriya produced many hits ranging from “Dilhani”, “Gonwassa”, “Ramani”, “Muhudu Ralla”, “Kalu Kella Mamai”, “Maala”, “Paan Mama”, “Kimada Naave”, “Cock-a-Doodle-Doo”, “Durakathanaya”, “Call Me Fisherman”, “City of Colombo”, “Sakala Bujang”, “Konda Namagena”, “Roshi”, “Bohoma Bayauna”, “Kandasuriduni”, “Podi Nona”, and Victor Ratnayake’s “SA” amongst many ot
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Bureau of Enquiry and Analysis for Civil Aviation Safety, the BEA
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The Bureau of Enquiry and Analysis for Civil Aviation Safety, the BEA (the Bureau of Investigation and Analysis for Civil Aviation Safety; French: Bureau d’Enquêtes et d’Analyses pour la sécurité de l’aviation civile) is an agency of the French government, responsible for investigating aviation accidents and incidents and making safety recommendations based on what is learned from those investigations.
Its headquarters are at Paris–Le Bourget Airport in Le Bourget, near Paris. The BEA has 120 employees, including 30 investigators and 12 investigative assistants. It is under the authority of the Ministry of Ecology, Sustainable Development, Transport and Housing.
The BEA was created in 1946. It operates under Articles R711-1 et seq. and L711-1 et seq. of the French civil aviation code.
Following international rules, French authorities are competent for all aircraft accidents occurring in French territory or airspace, as well as accidents involving French aircraft occurring in international space or in other countries if the local authorities do not open a technical enquiry. They may also assist foreign investigation authorities at their request.
Since 17 December 2001, the head of the BEA has been Paul-Louis Arslanian, engineer general of the Roads and Bridges (formerly engineer general of civil aviation); he was reappointed to this position in 2008.
3 See also
5 External links
Building 153, the head office of the BEA
It is headquartered in Building 153 on the grounds of Paris – Le Bourget Airport in Le Bourget, near Paris. The BEA building is located in front of the French Air and Space Museum and houses offices and laboratories. The BEA building at Le Bourget has over 5,000 square metres (54,000 sq ft) of space; it had been expanded to that amount in 2002, and to 3,000 square metres (32,000 sq ft) by 1999. Previously the building had 1,000 square metres (11,000 sq ft) of space.
In addition the BEA has facilities at Melun Aero
Yevgeni Zaytsev may refer to:
Yevgeni Nikolayevich Zaytsev (born 1971), Russian footballer
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Dalarnas Tidningar (DT) AB
Borlänge Tidning (BT) is a daily newspaper based in Dalarna, Sweden.
1 History and profile
2 See also
4 External links
History and profile
BT was founded by Axel Lidman in 1885. The paper is sold and delivered to readers in Borlänge, Hedemora and Säter. It is a local edition of Dalarnas Tidningar, Sweden’s second largest provincial newspaper. BT has never had a specific political affiliation, but since becoming a part of Dalarnas Tidningar, it shares editorial pages with liberal Falu-Kuriren. All papers are part of Dalarnas Tidningar AB which is a subsidiary of MittMedia AB.
In 2005 BT had a circulation of 15,600 copies.
List of Swedish newspapers
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Jacques Georges Deyverdun (8 May 1734, Lausanne – 4 July 1789, Aix-les-Bains) was a Swiss classical scholar and translator. He translated Goethe’s The Sorrows of Young Werther into French. He met Edward Gibbon in Lausanne and the two became friends. He also acted as tutor to several English noblemen on the Grand Tour such as Philip Stanhope, 5th Earl of Chesterfield and Sir Richard Worsley, 7th Baronet.
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Australian Maritime Safety Authority
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Dornier 328-110 at Essendon Airport, 2007
Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) is responsible, on behalf of the Commonwealth Government of Australia, for the regulation and safety oversight of Australia’s shipping fleet and management of Australia’s international maritime obligations. AMSA is funded largely through levies on the shipping industry. The authority has a jurisdiction over Australia’s exclusive economic zone which covers an area of 11,000,000 square kilometres (4,200,000 sq mi).
It was established in 1990, under the Australian Maritime Safety Act 1990. The authority belongs to the Department of Infrastructure and Transport. Directors are appointed by the minister. Other international treaties which AMSA administers include the Navigation Act 2012 and the Protection of the Sea (Prevention of Pollution from Ships) Act 1983.
In the 2010-2011 financial year, AMSA recorded expenses of just over $146 million, with revenue at just under $159 million, creating a surplus of more than $10 million.
2 New responsibilities
4 See also
6 External links
Marine safety activities by AMSA:
the provision, operation and maintenance of a network of marine aids to navigation, for example, lighthouses;
ensuring the seaworthiness and safe operation of Australian and foreign vessels in Australian waters, including the enforcement of compulsory pilotage;
administering the certification of seafarers;
the provision of a |maritime distress and safety communications network;
the operation of Australia’s Rescue Coordination Centre and coordination of search and rescue (SAR) operations for civilian aircraft and vessels in distress; and
the development of a maritime safety commercial vessel legislative framework and operating system.
AMSA aims to protect the marine environment by administering programs to prevent and respond to the threat of ship-sourced marine pollution; and together with the Australian Marine Oil Spill Centre, managing Australia’s National Plan to combat pollution of the sea by oil and other noxious and hazardou
Attachment is a legal process by which a court of law, at the request of a creditor, designates specific property owned by the debtor to be transferred to the creditor, or sold for the benefit of the creditor. A wide variety of legal mechanisms are employed by debtors to prevent the attachment of their assets. For example, a declaration of bankruptcy will severely limit the ability of creditors to attach the property of the debtor. Many jurisdictions have a homestead exemption or other property exemptions which limit the ability of creditors to attach the debtor’s primary residence, vehicle, and/or personal effects..
1 Prejudgment attachment
1.1 Historical London procedure
2 Attachment of earnings
3 See also
Prejudgment attachment or Prejudgment writ of attachment allows recovery of money damages by levying a security interest on the property of the party paying money damages. A writ of attachment is filed to secure debt or claim of the creditor in the event that a judgment is rendered.
Foreign attachment procedures have existed from time to time in Scotland, where it was known as arrestment, in France, where it was known as saisie arret, in the U.S and elsewhere.
Prejudgment attachment in Chinese litigation proceeding can be obtained by the plaintiff before filing the case with court or arbitration commission in the case of emergency where failure to take immediate action will result in irreparable damage to relevant party. However, the party shall file its case with court or arbitration body within thirty days after the prejudgment attachment is granted by courts.
Historical London procedure
The person holding the property or owing the money had to be within the City at the time of being served with the process, but all persons were entitled to the benefit of the custom. The plaintiff having started the action, and made a satisfactory affidavit of his debt, was entitled to issue attachment, which thereupon affected all the money or property of the defendant in the hands of the third party, the garnishee. The garnishee had all the defences which would be available to him against the defendant, his alleged creditor. If there had been no fraud or collusion, the garnishee could plead payment under the attachment. The court to which this process belonged was the Lord Mayor’s Court, the procedure of which was regulated by the Mayor’s Court of London P