If you want to turn your passion for wine into a work, you can have the opportunity to attend an exclusive hour training course for free, with internships directly in the company, thanks to funding from the ESF and the Piedmont Region. Giuseppe Severino Marketing and communication manager For over fifty years, the WSET has offered training courses that expand the horizons and opportunities of professionals and enthusiasts. The different qualifications, developed on four progressive levels, are aimed at those who intend to start a career in the sector or have an interest in the world of wine, spirits and sake up to professionals and experts who want to further deepen their knowledge. The courses are provided in over 70 countries thanks to a network of training centres and are translated into several languages. Course held in English. Alba: Str. IT EN.
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Albert Schram. This book relates the history of Italian railways with special regard to their relation with the Italian state from the s, when the first lines were constructed, until nationalization in It shows that while the Italian state interfered continuously in railway matters, it was nevertheless incapable of creating viable conditions for railway companies. Throughout the nineteenth century 'the railway question' continued to have a pernicious and divisive influence on Italian political life; and because of the low quality of railway regulation, and other factors, the railways' contribution to the creation of a national market and the economic unification of the country was limited.
Property and Power in the Early Middle Ages. Wendy Davies , Paul Fouracre. This is a collection of original essays on the relationship between property and power, a fundamental theme in medieval history. It addresses four main issues: the meaning of power over property; the ways in which property conveyed power; the nature of immunities; and the power of royal authority to affect property relations. The areas studied include Wales, England, France, Germany, Italy, and Byzantium, and the essays range across the period Teutsind Witlaic and the history of Merovingian precaria. Eternal light and earthly needs practical aspects of the development of Frankish immunities. The wary widow Appendix 1 the Latin text of Erkanfridas will. Lordship and justice in the early English kingdom Oswaldslow revisited.