Victoria, also known as Vitruvia, was a leader in the Roman breakaway realm known as the Gallic Empire in the late 3rd century. She was the mother of Victorinus, who ruled as Gallic Emperor until his assassination in 271. Afterwards, Victoria used her authority to stabilize the empire and select a successor.
Victoria is mentioned in Aurelius Victor's Liber de Caesaribus, and in the account of the Thirty Tyrants in the unreliable Historia Augusta. Nothing is known of her early life, though she must have been from a wealthy and distinguished Gallic family, which produced the emperor Victorinus, her son. According to Aurelius Victor, after Victorinus was killed in a mutiny, Victoria stepped in, using her copious resources to buy the support of the legions. Thus she assured the ascension of her chosen candidate for emperor, Tetricus I, formerly the governor of Gallia Aquitania. The Historia Augusta, which counts her as one of Rome's "Thirty Tyrants", adds additional details, claiming that Victoria initially made Victorinus' otherwise unattested son, Victorinus Junior, emperor, but that he too was soon killed. The Historia also says that she herself bore the titles Mater Castrorum ("Mother of the Camp") and Augusta and minted her own coins, but that she died shortly after Tetricus' ascension either by murder or natural causes. However, given the Historia's notorious unreliability, the veracity of these elements are doubtful.
Victoria is a song written by Magnus Uggla and Anders Henriksson and recorded by Magnus Uggla on the 1993 album Alla får påsar. The song was written for Magnus Uggla's wife Lolo's 35th birthday. While using references to the monarchy of Sweden, the lyrics deals with loving someone despite the other person isn't perfect.
The song charted at Svensktoppen four seven weeks between 28 May-9 July 1994, peaking at second position. The song also charted at Trackslistan for three weeks.
'You've got to make sure to do due diligence and make sure people can do the job they're employed for ...John Waltis stressed that some firms, like industry giant Linfox, lead the way in training drivers and driver care, but others often employ truckies without the skills to survive (pictured the scene of a truck crash in Victoria in May 2023).
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So compelling is the movement that it’s been called Industry 4.0 to represent the fourth revolution that’s occurring in manufacturing ...Dec. 7 ... VictoriaGordon, apprenticeship coordinator at MCC, will also be providing information on getting into an apprenticeship. Area employers will be on hand to share the skills required for STEAM careers ... ....
Two months after he moved in a new roster of players days before his team was set to play its first preseason game, VictoriaCollege men’s basketball coach met with the school’s athletic director ... His last day employed as the head coach was Aug ... Some junior colleges — like Victoria College — employ coaches as part-time employees.
David Gasologa, Alesana Anitelea, Aperaamo Tapelu Filemu Aleka and Darrick Amouta Peleti perished when their Kia Carnival burst into flames after hitting a tree in the Piries region, near the town of Mansfield in northwest Victoria early on Sunday ... Darrick Amouta, who was employed as a seasonal agricultural worker, was a crash victim.
Kerry McDermott. In an age where white bouclé furniture, neutral limewash walls, and sparse, spa-like interiors are the status quo, a retro reversal is emerging ...Walls, upholstery, lampshades, drapery, even rugs are all fair game,” says Prospect Refuge Studio founder Victoria Sass, who has employed the technique in multiple recent projects ... .
Soon after her video went viral, a spokesperson for New York CountyDefender Services, who employs Victoria, said, according to The Jewish Chronicle, “It has come to our attention that one of our attorneys, Victoria Ruiz, recently attended a public vigil solely in her capacity as a private citizen.
A New York County public defender will get to keep her job after apologizing for brazenly tearing down posters of hostages missing in the Israel-Hamas war, her employer said ...NYC – New York County public defender VictoriaRuiz caught removing posters of Israeli children kidnapped by Hamas terrorists.