Vetrego. Vetrego is a frazione of the comune of Mirano, Italy, Province of Venice, Region Veneto. Today, after the findings of archaeological, we are sure that Vetrego existed in the 1st century AD. If you accredits the view of some scholars demonstrating that the Roman graticolato came up on the margins of the Venetian Lagoon, then existed in the country early Venetian era.
There are ruins of an ancient Liburnian hill fort enclosed with a dry-stone dyke above Dramalj. Amphorae found around the Kačjak peninsula are evidence of an ancient Roman port located there at the time.
Predictably, Stephen and Constantine opposed this decision, and prevailed upon their father, who was by this time ill and old, to dismiss Kourkouas in the autumn of 944. Romanos II instead married Bertha, an illegitimate daughter of Hugh of Arles, King of Italy, who changed her name to Eudokia after her marriage.
His later works, such as The Forces of the Street, The Street Enters the House, Simultaneity of Vision, and Street-pavers and A Study of a Woman Among Buildings were elaborations on the same theme. The central figure of The Street Enters the House is a woman dressed in blue and white, viewed from behind and above.
In 1952-54, Frank was appointed District Officer with the Native Welfare Department in Carnarvon and was transferred to the position of District Officer for the Murchison Region, with the family based in Geraldton.
Government Hospitality Advisory Committee for the Purchase of Wine. The Government Hospitality Advisory Committee for the Purchase of Wine was a government quango which existed in the United Kingdom until it was abolished in 2010.
It took Randel and his wife Matilda two years, from 1819 to 1820, to finish the maps, working from their new home, having moved to Orange, New Jersey. He needed, asked for, and received an extension from the Common Council to complete the task, and even then he did not quite make the deadline, delivering the last maps in September 1820, about four months late.