Soliver Red Label Lightweight Jacket With Quilteddetails

S.oliver Red Label Lightweight Jacket With Quilted-details
  • optionally with opaque pattern or in allover ...
  • breast fit and sleeveless statements with desertification
  • small collar with button and continuous front zipper
  • <i>zwei brusttaschen mit zipper;</i> <b>Two breast pockets with zipper;</b> <i>zwei taschen mit...</i> <b>Two bags with ...</b>
elastic ribbed inserts on the sides and sleeves
Blouson Wahlweise mit gedeckte Muster allover oder in einfarbigem Design. Brustpasse und Ärmelabschlüsse mit Steppung. Kleiner Stehkragen mit Knopf und durchgehender Frontzipper. Zwei Brusttaschen mit Zipper; zwei Taschen mit Druckknopf; eine Innentasche. Elastische Rippstrick-Einsätze an den Seiten und Ärmeln. Bequeme Passform; Rückenlänge bei Größe M ca. 66 cm. Elastische Rippstrick-Einsätze an den Seiten und Ärmeln. Leichter bis mittlerer Wärmegrad für milde Übergangstemperaturen.
material & product details

  • upper: 100% polyester
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Roman-Jewish Wars: name of several military engagements between the Roman Republic (later: Empire) and various groups of Jews between 63 BCE and 136 CE.

Roman-Jewish Wars:

The Roman politician Gnaeus Pompeius Magnus (106-48 BCE), better known as Pompey, was one of the greatest generals of his age. In the seventies, he had pacified Hispania, and on his return to Italy, he had put an end to the slave revolt led by Spartacus . In 67, the Senate had ordered him to make an end to the menace of the pirates of Cilicia (the south of modern Turkey): in order to do this, he was given an extraordinary command that was to last three years. In three months, Pompey forced the pirates to surrender, and he decided to use the remaining thirty-three months to pacify the eastern Mediterranean.

There were several wars in which he could intervene. The kingdoms of Pontus (northern Turkey) and Armenia had joined forces against the Romans; and although the Roman commander Lucullus had been successful, he had not brought the war to an end. On Crete and in Syria, there was no recognized authority. And the Jewish queen Alexandra-Salome had died, after which their sons Hyrcanus and Aristobulus had started a bloody civil war, which was ruining Judaea. To an ambitious man like Pompey, the situation offered opportunities he could not afford to miss. He invaded and annexed Pontus in 66, went on to attack the Armenians, added several hitherto unknown Caucasian tribes to his battle roll of victories (65), almost reached the shores of the Caspian Sea , and then turned his attention to Syria, which he annexed in 64.

Meanwhile, the conflict between the two Jewish princes had escalated. The Pharisees sided with Hyrcanus, the Classic Boots Black
with Aristobulus. During the festival of Passover of 63, Aristobulus and the Sadducees were besieged in the Temple of Jerusalem by Hyrcanus and his ally, the king Aretas of Petra . However, Aristobulus managed to send an envoy to Pompey's representative in Syria, Marcus Aemilius Scaurus. The Jewish leader promised 8,000 kg of silver, an offer that Aemilius could not refuse: he immediately ordered Aretas to leave. When Pompey arrived on the scene, he received an even larger present: Aristobulus sent him a golden vine of no less than 800 kg, which the Roman commander forwarded to the temple of Jupiter in Rome.

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Safety at Sea – U.S. Coast Guard Marine Casualty and Pollution Data for Researchers

The U.S. Coast Guard (USCG)is responsible for investigating reportable marine casualties, accidents, and serious marine incidents. The relevant mission statement andspecificregulationscan be found on the . After an incident has been reported, it is entered into a national database of all marine casualty and pollution incidents. These important by researchers interested in understandingmaritime safety, accident prevention, or trends in certain types of maritime incidents through time. Other agencies interested in maritime transportation performance measures rely on the USCGdata to on U.S. waterways. Files for the can be downloaded directly from the U.S. Coast Guard Homeport website by following the drop-down menu options on the homepage: : page at

Missions Investigations

As described by the USCG,“the Marine Casualty and Pollution Data files provide details about marine casualty and pollution incidents investigated by Coast Guard Offices throughout the United States. The database can be used to analyze marine accidents and pollution incidents by a variety of factors including vessel or facility type, injuries, fatalities, pollutant details, location, and date. The data collection period began in 1982 for marine casualties and 1973 for polluting incidents, and is ongoing. Documentation includes entity and attribute descriptions along with suggested solutions to general marine pollution, vessel casualty, and personnel injury and death questions.”

Visitors to the USCG Homeport data download site should note that there are three files available fore download, but it is thesecond file on the list (named that contains all available marine casualty data from January 2002 – July 2015. The files extracted from MISLE_DATA.zipcan be opened with most standard spreadsheet editing software programs.

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