[*] "Guilds or societies," "in arti o in tribu." "Arti" were craft or trade guilds
It was then that the playing came into the hands of the trade guilds
You will also find out about the role of the Mayor and the Mayor's Bodyguard, who have been based at the site since 1602, and the ancient trade guilds
and freemen of the city - who for centuries held political and economic power in the city and who continue to meet in the building's Guildhall.
The construction of the eight trade guilds
started by the German government will end in the coming year.
He was union president for two terms at Bulletin Today (now Manila Bulletin) and pushed for the establishment of unions of journalists and trade guilds
across the media industry.
At this time the large county towns which surrounded Birmingham like Worcester, Warwick, Stafford and Shrewsbury were closed cities - their trade guilds
stopping newcomers making a living - and growth therefore discouraged.
Their trade guilds
stopped newcomers making a living and growth was prevented and discouraged.
She will become the youngest ever recipient of the title in the near 700-year history of the city's ancient trade guilds
The place of books in women's lives as well as the well-developed associations between printers and the more elite London trade guilds
(the Mercers and Drapers) are scrutinized in the latter sections.
The collection starts with a number of chapters devoted to Lorenzo's intellectual and personal upbringing, followed by an analysis of his political coming of age and public life, and his active interest in the arts, and also included are separate chapters on architecture, music, religious life, and the trade guilds
. Of the first group, I have found particularly inspiring the pages dedicated to the women in Lorenzos life, and their influence in his political apprenticeship.
Hospital inmates were identified by their russet robes, ironically the same colour as the Trinitarian friars, on whose property elderly members of the excluded Trade Guilds
were now residing.
And it was quite noteworthy that attending the Khartoum meeting were representatives of state establishments, public and private corporations and trade guilds
. In other words, the participants were the very people who are directly concerned with the promotion of trade and investments.