Year 383 was a common year starting on Sunday of the Julian calendar. At the time, it was known as the Year of the Consulship of Saturninus; the denomination 383 for this year has been used since the early medieval period, when the Anno Domini calendar era became the prevalent method in Europe for naming years. Niall of the Nine Hostages becomes the first High King of Ireland Hadrian's Wall, the northern Roman frontier in Britain, is overrun by the Picts and falls into ruin. January 19 – Arcadius is elevated to Emperor. Roman troops in Britain proclaim Magnus Maximus Emperor, he makes Trier his capital. Gaul, the Italian provinces and Hispania proclaim loyalty to him. August 25 – Emperor Gratian, age 24, is assassinated at Lugdunum, leaving a young widow Laeta. Pannonia and Africa maintain their allegiance to co-emperor Valentinian II, now 12, whose mother, rules in his name. Emperor Theodosius I cedes Dacia and Macedonia to Valentinian II, they recognize Magnus Maximus as Augustus. Theodosius I sends Flavius Stilicho as an envoy to the Persian court of King Shapur III at Ctesiphon, to negotiate a peace settlement relating to the partition of Armenia.
Battle of Feishui: The Jin Dynasty defeats the Former Qin dynasty in Anhui. King Ardashir II dies after a 4-year reign, he is succeeded by his son Shapur III. Council of Constantinople, is held as a local council of eastern bishops; the Council discusses various doctrinal issues, examining several issues regarding Arianism, rejects the teachings of Eunomius of Cyzicus. By the order of Emperor Theodosius I, Eunomius of Cyzicus is banished to Moesia. Lupus of Troyes, French bishop and Saint May 30 – Isaac of Dalmatia, Byzantine Orthodox priest and saint August 25 – Gratian, Roman Emperor October 21 – Saint Ursula Ardashir II, king of Persia Flavia Maxima Constantia, daughter of Constantius II Frumentius, the "Apostle to Ethiopia" Fu Rong, general of the Chinese Di state Former Qin Wulfila, Arian Gothic bishop
Copper Hills High School is located in West Jordan, United States, situated just east of the Oquirrh Mountains in the southwest corner of the Salt Lake Valley near the Bingham Canyon Copper Mine. It is part of the Jordan School District; the school opened in fall 1995 and has an enrollment of 2,424. Copper Hills offers concurrent enrollment classes at the school via Salt Lake Community College. Students attend the college-level classes at Copper Hills for either a quarter, semester, or full year. Credit is received based on overall grade performance and, in most cases, a cumulative exam of the information learned in the class. Additionally, Copper Hills offers nationwide Advanced Placement classes to its students. Copper Hills offers clubs and extracurricular activities including American Sign Language, Future Farmers of America, Chess Club, Debate, DECA/FBLA, French Club, Chasms literary magazine, Yearbook, FCCLA, Social Ballroom Dance, Student Government, National Honors Society, Skills USA/VICA, Spanish language Club, Technology Student Association, Science Club.
Starting in the 2006-2007 school year, the school required students to take "Partner Adults With Students". PAWS was a mandatory 30-minute class taken every Wednesday where students discussed concerns an issues with their teachers, who would provide further instruction on a provided topic. Starting in the 2007-2008 school year, Copper Hills included five academies within the school: Business and Information Technology, Performing Arts/Crafts, Industry/Mathematics and Science, English/Social Studies, Athletics. All students were required to choose an academy; the school grouped students of the same academy to take classes geared toward that particular academy. American College Test Advanced Placement Test The orchestra is conducted by Jenna Baumgart, it has achieved many state titles since 2002. In the 2006-2007 school year, the Chamber Orchestra attended a tour of San Diego, playing Handel's Concerto Grosso 1 as well as Paul Hindemith's Acht Stuke, they achieved superior ratings at the Utah State level competition for orchestras held at Brigham.
The Student Government of Copper Hills High is advised by Scott Adamson and Rae Boren. The officer corps is made up of ten Student Body Officers and fifteen Class Officers, elected during April of each year; the Concert Choir and Madrigal choirs are led and conducted by Marc Taylor, have attained many region and national titles. The choral department is one of the largest in the school, it includes Madrigal Choir, Mixed Choir, Men's Choir and Ladies' Choir. In 2016, the school made both local and national headlines for a donation center founded by teacher Rickee Stewart and based in the school. Stewart began the donation center after asking for donations for homeless and impoverished students in the area instead of gifts for her upcoming wedding. Since the donation center has been featured in various media outlets such as NBC Nightly News and the Ellen DeGeneres Show. In 2017, Stewart made an appearance on Rachael Ray in which Ray, in association with Burlington Coat Factory, donated 1,000 winter coats for those who unable to afford one, $10,000 to the school.
Region championships1998, boys' basketball 2002, baseball 2005, girls' cross country 2006, girls' cross country 2008, girls' golf 2009, boys' soccer 2010, boys' soccer 2011, boys' soccer 2012, softball 2012, girls' track 2012, drill team 2013, drill team 2013, girls track 2014, drill team 2015, drill team 2015, wrestling 2015, boys' track 2015, softball 2016, debate 2017, boys basketball 2017, debate 2018, boys basketball 2018, girl's volleyball 2018, girl's soccer 2018, debateState championships2000, boys' basketball 2013, drill team 2013, softball 2013, color guard, AA division 2014, drill team 2014, color guard, Scholastic Regional A division 2015, drill team 2016, drill team 2016, racquetball 2017, drill team 2017, debate 2018, drill team 2018, Cheer, 2018 Hockey 2018, debate 2019, debate 2018, drill teamNational championships2010, drill team, 2nd at Nationals 2011, drill team, 1st at Nationals In 2004, the school adopted a "policy requiring same-sex couples to get parental permission before attending school dances."
This prompted a complaint from the ACLU on December 7, 2004. Two weeks the school revoked the policy. In 2017, after winning the Utah State Drill Team 5A Championship, Drill Team Head Coach Shannon Mortensen was investigated by the Utah High School Activities Association for collusion with the judges among other charges. Coach Mortensen was placed on probation along with Copper Hills High School as a result of the investigation. Kelly Chapman, Class of 1997, 2002 contestant on Fear Factor.
Andrew Collberg is a musician living in Köln, Germany who grew up in Tucson, AZ. He plays drums, guitar & bass and sings, he has his own song writing project called "Andrew Collberg", he collaborates with many other musicians, both playing live and recording in studio. Collberg was born in Lund and grew up in Tucson, Az. In 2006, when Collberg was 18 years old, he produced his first and self-titled album, Andrew Collberg, he recorded the album on his own. This album got Collberg local gigs. In 2008, Collberg released EPP, another album made in the same lo-fi sort of sound as his self-titled album, on which he played all of the instruments. In 2010 On The Wreath was released on Le Pop Musik, featured local musicians, including Calexico's Joey Burns, who plays cello on "Wait inside". Skateboarder Ryan Decenzo used Colberg's song "Man in the Moose Suit" in his Transworld Skate video "Hallelujah", he has played music with many acts in Tucson. He has played drums for Tucson's own Howe Gelb, Golden Boots, Naim Amor, Orkesta Mendoza, Gabriel Sullivan, Forest Fallows.
Collberg's own band has opened for acts like Violent Femmes. He has contributed music for soundtracks for films such as Precious Knowledge and The Wine of Summer. In 2011, Collberg released a 7-inch featuring two tracks, as titled, "Dirty Wind/ Back on the Shore", it was released on Ft. Lowell Records, a Tucson-based label. "Back on the Shore" made it to New York Daily's top 100 songs of 2012. "MINDS HITS" August 2013 Le Pop Musik "Dirty Wind/ Back On The Shore" 2011 Fort Lowell Records "On The Wreath" 2010 Le Pop Musik "EPP" 2008 MOR Sold Old "Debut" 2006 MOR "Tucson Songs" 2011 Le Pop Musik "KXCI Locals Only Volume 4" KXCI Tucson, AZ 91.3 FM http://andrewcollberg.com https://web.archive.org/web/20130425020854/http://www.lepop.de/cms/
St. Andrew's Church, consecrated in 1866, is a Presbyterian church, located on Cubbon Road, Bangalore. Knows as St. Andrews's Kirk, it was a Church of Scotland church till 1959 when it became part of the Karnataka Central Diocese of the Church of South India; the church is named after the patron saint of Scotland. St Andrew's Church celebrated its 150 years anniversary on 20 November 2014; the church was consecrated in memory of Mary Elizabeth McGoun, wife of Col. Thomas McGoun of the 6th Madras Native Infantry, it was once known as the martyr's church; the monument to the memory of Mary Elizabeth is located at the end of the church altar. The foundation stone for the kirk was laid by Lady Grant, on 22 November 1864; the church was completed and opened for service on 18 November 1866. The cost of constriction was Sterling Pounds 4,500, the cost covered by private subscriptions and government grant; the sermon of church dedication was given by Rev. Stewart Wright, Church of Scotland chaplain in the Madras Presidency.
Rev. Wright was the presbyter in charge of the new St. Andrew's Kirk; the Illustrated London News reported the inauguration in 1866, with credits given to R C Dobbs, Executive Engineer of Mysore and Major Sankey, chief Engineer of MysoreWhen the St. Mark's Cathedral was damaged by fire on 17 February 1923, St. Andrew's provided its church for the St. Mark's congregation to worship, till St. Mark's was repaired and reopened in 1927; the early congregation consisted of Scottish officers and men of the British Madras Army, civilians of Scottish origin. Native Indians were allowed to occupy the back pews; as a result of the declining Scottish members, in order to attract more people to the church, Kannada services were started in 1965. The church building has the Gothic structure, with a height of 43 ft. length of 105 ft. and width of 57 ft. Stained glass covers all the windows and the large gable; the pulpit is made of teak wood, is richly carved, in sync with the church architecture. The brick coloured, pure gothic structure was designed by R C Dobbs and Major Sankey.
St Andrew’s Kirk was the second church to be designed by Richard Hieram Sankey, after the Anglican Cathedral of All Saints at Nagpur. Architecturally, St. Andrew's Church has many similarities with the main block of the Central College, with its Gothic style, characterised by steeping roof of Mangalore tiles, a row of decorative ridge-tiles on the top, turreted parapets and gables, iron crested towers, intricately done plaster motifs, railings of cast iron, pilasters and pavilions rising from the wing. Sankey published as description of St. Andrew's Kirk at Bangalore in the journal, Professional Papers on Indian Engineering. Volume 4, published by the Thomason Civil Engineering College, Roorkee, he describes the Kirk to have commenced divine services in November 1864. The church has a length of 93 ft. width of 57 ft. and consisted of a nave covered by a slated pent roof, aisles on the sides with Bengal terrace roofing. The church was built to accommodate 500 people; the tower was intended to be a steeple has a height of 90 ft. nave to the wall plates under the roof trusses was 34 ft. and the side aisles were 23 ft. Brickwork and chunam was used in the construction.
Ample ventilation and light was made possible by including clerestory windows of the nave, main and circular windows on the side aisles. There was no transept to break the voice and the acoustics were excellent; the cost of construction was BINR 40,000, with this cost including fittings. Half of this cost was raised by public subscription, the other half met by the Government of Madras. Excluding the furniture and fittings, the cost of construction was BINR 5 per ft2. There is a 25 ft. stained glass above the altar, fusing 15 panels into one, created by Scottish artist Alex Ballantine and his assistant Gardiner, in order to commemorate the diamond jubilee of the reign of Queen Victoria in 1897. At the base, the Old Testament characters of Abraham, King David and Prophet Isaiah are painted; the top the apostles of Christ - St. Andrew, St Peter, St Paul and St John are painted. Above this, there is the burning bush, the symbol of the Church of kirk, alpha symbol on the right and omega symbol on the right.
On the top is painted Jesus Christ. In the late 1970s, the stained glass started sagging backwards, had to be supported by iron beams from behind. St. Andrews's known as the St. Andrew's Kirk followed Scottish customs, such as western music, classical Scottish square dancing, Burns’ night, celebrating St. Andrew’s day, etc. St. Andrew's Church Bangalore, along with 3 other St. Andrew's Churches in India were being governed by the Colonial and Continental Committee of the Church of Scotland. After Indian independence in 1947, the number of Scottish families living in the city declined. In September 1959, the church was transferred to the Church of South India, when Rev. P J Child was the last Scottish minister of the congregation. In 2005, the clock tower of St. Andrew's developed a tilt after heavy rains; the Bishop of Bangalore approached the Bishop of Madras, who sent well known architect Joseph Durairaj to study the damage. Other structural engineers suggested it be brought down; however Durairaj could be restored structurally.
The bell tower and the portico
Limestone Township is a township in Lycoming County, United States. The population was 2,136 at the 2000 census, it is part of Pennsylvania Metropolitan Statistical Area. Limestone Township was established on December 4, 1824 by an act of the Pennsylvania General Assembly, it was formed from parts of Wayne Townships. Limestone Township was known as Adams Township in honor of United States President John Adams until April 14, 1835 when the name as changed to what was deemed to be a more appropriate title. Upon arriving in present-day Limestone Township in 1789, the first settlers deemed it barren because the base of valley was covered by thickets of thorny bushes and was free of trees. At first the land sold for as little as fifty cents an acre. After the initial settlers cleared the shrubbery and planted wheat, the land was found to be quite fertile, prices rose to $5.00 per acre. Settlers to Limestone Township established the communities of Collomsville and Oval; these small towns were the locations of general stores and sawmills.
By the 1890s, land sold for as much as $100 per acre. Much of the farmland in the southeastern portion of Limestone Township was purchased by the Williamsport Water Authority in the early 1900s as part of its watershed. Visitors to the "water company" lands can see the stone remains of the early settlers homesteads spread throughout the watershed; the water authority built a multimillion-dollar water filtration plant in the 1990s in Mosquito Valley. With the construction of this plant, the lands of the water authority were opened to the general public as a nature preserve, with limited hunting permitted at certain times of the year. Limestone Township is bordered by Washington Township to the south and east, Armstrong Township to the east and Nippenose Townships to the north, Clinton County to the west; as the crow flies, Lycoming County is about 130 miles northwest of Philadelphia and 165 miles east-northeast of Pittsburgh. According to the United States Census Bureau, the township has a total area of 34.2 square miles.34.1 square miles of it is land and 0.1 square miles of it is water.
Limestone Township is in the southwestern corner of Lycoming County. The region includes anticlinal karst Nippenose Valley part of the northernmost fold sequence of the Ridge and Valley Physiographic Province. Nippenose Valley consists of a doubly plunging anticline. According to a research paper from the University of Akron, The center has been eroded, exposing carbonate rocks in the valley. There is an average total of about 470 meters of Lower to Middle Ordovician limestone and dolomite underlying the valley; the Reedsville Shale is stratigraphically above them, overlain by the ridge forming Bald Eagle Sandstone. The valley has been intensely karstified, as evidenced by the numerous sinkholes, springs and disappearing streams. Within a number of caves in this valley a new species of fish, a type of troglomorphic sculpin, was identified in 2003 by Luis Espinasa, an associate professor of biology at Marist College; as of the census of 2000, there were 2,136 people, 689 households, 580 families residing in the township.
The population density was 62.7 people per square mile. There were 732 housing units at an average density of 21.5/sq mi. The racial makeup of the township was 98.78% White, 0.05% African American, 0.14% Native American, 0.23% Asian, 0.42% from other races, 0.37% from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 0.80% of the population. There were 689 households, out of which 44.1% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 75.5% were married couples living together, 4.9% had a female householder with no husband present, 15.8% were non-families. 13.2% of all households were made up of individuals, 5.5% had someone living alone, 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 3.10 and the average family size was 3.41. In the township the population was spread out, with 32.0% under the age of 18, 8.3% from 18 to 24, 28.6% from 25 to 44, 22.6% from 45 to 64, 8.6% who were 65 years of age or older. The median age was 34 years. For every 100 females there were 109.8 males.
For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 106.1 males. The median income for a household in the township was $41,375, the median income for a family was $44,219. Males had a median income of $31,543 versus $21,250 for females; the per capita income for the township was $15,180. About 5.7% of families and 7.0% of the population were below the poverty line, including 10.0% of those under age 18 and 7.0% of those age 65 or over
Marco Armellino is an Italian professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Italian club Monza. Born in Vico Equense, Armellino followed his hometown club promoted to the fourth division in 2009. However, after a season in professional league the club folded. In 2010, he was signed by the third division club Sorrento in Campania region. In January 2012 Armellino was signed by Serie B club Reggina. On 2 August 2013 he joined Cremonese in temporary deal. At the beginning of the 2014-15 season for Reggina, he wore the captain's armband under coach Francesco Cozza, he was replaced as captain in the season by Bruno Cirillo. On 27 July 2015 Armellino was signed by Matera.. On 9 August 2017 Armellino was signed by Lecce, he scored 3 goals in 34 matches, helping the giallorossi side to gain promotion to Serie B. He started the 2018-19 season with Lecce and scored one goal in 8 appearances, but on 21 January 2019 he joined Monza on a permanent basis. Lega Serie B profile profile at Associazione Italiana Calciatori official site