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Sefes The Sefes were a people of ancient Iberia said to have lived on the coast of modern day Portugal.
Sefes In his poem "Ora Maritima", the 4th century Roman author Avienus wrote that they were neighbours of the Cynetes, placing them in an upland district of the Ophiussa region (near the mouth of the Tagus) close to an island he named "Poetanion" and that, along with another tribe called the "Cempsi" they had taken that territory by force from the previous rulers.
Finnish Association of Business School Graduates SEFE SEFEs social policy and labour market representation
Finnish Association of Business School Graduates SEFE SEFEs policy is to guarantee decent wage development throughout the industry, ensure proper conditions in employment contracts and promote wellbeing at the workplace. Promoting equality and the general knowledge of labour market development among members and the public is also essential.
Finnish Association of Business School Graduates SEFE Federal assembly holds the highest quorum in the decision making of SEFE. It convenes at least twice in a year. Members to the assembly are selected by member organizations. SEFEs board consists of 9-12 members and they are responsible for the planning, monitoring and important decisions regarding SEFE. Term of office for the members of the board is 2 years. The student representative in the board changes yearly.
History of Lisbon The Indo-European Celts entered the Iberian peninsula in the first millennium BC and gradually spread west to the Atlantic, intermarrying with the native Pre-Indo-European population, and thus giving rise to Celtic-speaking local tribes such as the Cempsi and Sefes or Ophis ("People of the Serpents"). They colonised the fertile lands of Oestriminis and formed a territory known to the Greeks as Ophiussa (Land of Serpents), stretching from the Douro to the Tagus.
Tartessos The Tartessian language is an extinct pre-Roman language once spoken in southern Iberia. The oldest known indigenous texts of Iberia, dated from the 7th to 6th centuries BC, are written in Tartessian. The inscriptions are written in a semi-syllabic writing system called the Southwest script; they were found in the general area in which Tartessos was located and in surrounding areas of influence. Tartessian language texts were found in Southwestern Spain and Southern Portugal (namely in the Conii, Cempsi, Sefes and Celtici areas of the Algarve and southern Alentejo).
Finnish Association of Business School Graduates SEFE From the 1924 onwards small business school graduate associations and societies were founded to the largest cities in Finland. SEFEs predecessor was the Swedish Business School (Hanken) alumni association Ekonomföreningen Niord. The follower, Ekonomiyhdistys ry, was founded in 1935. In 1951, 10 associations joined together to create Ekonomiliitto, the Finnish Association of Business School Graduates. In 1973, members and associations of the Swedish speaking Ekonomförbund rf joined the umbrella organization. In the beginning, the main function of the associations was to convey job opportunities to graduated members. It was all about networking and socializing. Later on, the functions have evolved towards wider approach on issues regarding employment relations; Salary surveys, legal advice, career guidance and training.
Tartessian language Most researchers use the term "Tartessian" to refer to the language as attested on the "stelae" written in the Southwestern script, but some researchers would prefer to reserve the term "Tartessian" for the language of the core Tartessian zone, attested for these researchers with some archaeological graffiti – like the Huelva graffito – and maybe with some "stelae": for example, Villamanrique de la Condesa (J.52.1). These researchers consider that the language of the inscriptions found outside the core Tartessian zone would be either a different language or maybe a Tartessian dialect, and so they would prefer to identify the language of the "stelae" with a different title, namely "southwestern" or "south-Lusitanian". There is general agreement that the core area of Tartessos is around Huelva, extending to the valley of the Guadalquivir, while the area under Tartessian influence is much wider (see maps). Three of the 95 "stelae," plus some graffiti, belong to the core area: Alcala del Rio (Untermann J.53.1), Villamanrique de la Condesa (J.52.1) and Puente Genil (J.51.1). Four have also been found in the Middle Guadiana (in Extremadura), and the rest have been found in the south of Portugal (Algarve and Lower Alentejo), where the Greek and Roman sources locate the pre-Roman Cempsi and Sefes, Cynetes, and Celtici peoples.
Sefë Kosharja See fought alongside Mic Sokoli, Sulejman Vokshi, Smajl Hyseni, Ali Bira, Januz Qupi and others fighters from the League of Prizren. While serving in the Turkish army, he was a gunner and had managed to seize Turkish cannons which he had placed in front of the village on the hill of Kosher. Along with several other gunners Sefe build two catapults which hit Dervish Pashas army from behind, enabling fighters like Mic Sokoli to penetrate the batteries of the cannons. After Mic Sokoli sacrificed himself by pressing his body towards a Turkish cannon, Sefe Qorri was seriously wounded in the leg and in one hand. He was captured alive by the Turks and a military trial quickly sentenced him to death by hanging. The Turks warned Sefes family that there would be consequences if they tried to take his body down before 7 days. After his hanging, 3 days later, his nephews Aslan, Shaban, and Emin Hysiqi released the rope and buried his body in a secret location. Afterwards they contacted their uncles and showed them where they had buried him. He was given the title of Sefe Kosova for his bravery during his lifetime.