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.
Retailers say they are being left behind in Victoria's lockdown reopening because of a 'double standard' by the government ... Victoria recorded another 1,903 Covid cases on Monday, as well as seven more deaths ... The group runs 150 stores in Victoria and employs about 1,500 staff which are all prevented from returning to work.
More than a quarter of million jobs have been lost in Australia in the past two months as a result of coronavirus lockdowns in NSW, Victoria and the ACT... However, the extended lockdowns in NSW, Victoria and the ACT have seen employment and hours worked both drop back below their pre-pandemic levels.
Earlier in the Day.. It was a busier start to the day on the economic calendar this morning. The Aussie Dollar were in action this morning ...Employment fell by 138.0k in September, following a 146.3k slide in August ... According to the ABS, Lockdowns in NSW, Victoria, and the Australian Capital Territory weighed on employment and hours worked ... Elsewhere.
VictoriaLee Robinson employs music to generate emotional responses from her audience. This is most apparent in the song “FeelSomething.” Victoria’s career as a musician has benefited greatly since the release of the track.
But some employers are going beyond government mandates and requiring their staff to have had two immunisation doses to be allowed back into the office. Fruit cannery SPC Ardmona in August became Australia's first employer to require their staff, at Shepparton in northern Victoria, to be fully vaccinated.
North West law firm Aticus Law has boosted its private client services offering in the region with the appointment of VictoriaRichardson as its new head of family law ... Victoria said ... “We could not be more pleased to welcome Victoria to the team.
NAME. Brianne Kathryn Dlugosch. AGE. 34. EDUCATION. Bachelor Of Communications / UHV in Victoria. CITY OF RESIDENCE. Yorktown...Self – Employed (owner / president). COMPANY ... I worked in this position for four years, until, with their blessing, I asked to continue to expand the 5D Steakhouse brand and opened my very first 5D Steakhouse in Victoria in 2020 ... ....
On Friday, Victoria recorded its highest daily case tally of active Covid cases since the pandemic began, with 1838 infections and five deaths. The employment of private security guards at Victoria's quarantine hotels (pictured) saw the virus leak into the community and kill hundreds.