|Author:||Lloyd, Lodowick, fl. 1573-1610.|
|Title:||The order, solemnitie, and pompe, of the feastes, sacrifices, vowes, games, and triumphes: vsed vpon the natiuities of emperours, kinkes [sic], princes, dukes, popes, and consuls: with the custome, order, and manner of their inaugurations, coronations, and annoynting. With a briefe rehearsall of the funerall solemnities at some emperours, kings, and princes burials.|
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The order, solemnitie, and pompe, of the feastes, sacrifices, vowes, games, and triumphes: vsed vpon the natiuities of emperours, kinkes [sic], princes, dukes, popes, and consuls: with the custome, order, and manner of their inaugurations, coronations, and annoynting. With a briefe rehearsall of the funerall solemnities at some emperours, kings, and princes burials.
Lloyd, Lodowick, fl. 1573-1610.
Imprinted at London: [By R. Jones and W. White], 1610.
|Alternate titles:||The triplicitie of triumphes Triplicitie of triumphes.|
Anonymous. By Lodowick Lloyd.
Signatures: pi1 B-I4 (-I4).
"The cancel title page was probably printed by W. White"--STC.
Running title reads: The triplicitie of triumphes.
A reissue, omitting preliminaries and with cancel title page, of: The triplicitie of triumphes.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Rites and ceremonies -- Early works to 1800.
The Triplicitie of Triumphes.
Of the pompe and solemp∣nitie of Triumphes, games, and plaies in Natalitia, vpon the natiuities of Emperors, kinges and princes throughout the whole worlde.
Of the Vovves vvhich the Romans vsed to make for the health and good estate of their kinges, Dictators, Consuls and Emperours.
Of the vowes of the Greci∣ans for their Princes, Gouernours, and Magistrates.
A vovv yearelie made of the Aegyptians for the prosperous e∣state of the Kinges of Aegypt.
The manner and order of the Perseans in making their Vowes for their kings.
Of the Natiuity of King Cyrus and of the Persean feastes or ioy thereof.
Of the byrth of Alexander and of the Macedonian feastes.
The manner and order of the Indians in celebrating the natiuitie of their kinges.
Of the byrth of Xerxes and of the solempne feast thereof.
Of the solempnitie on the byrth-day of prince Aratus by the Achaians, with feastes and sacrifice.
Of the feasts and triumphs in Iulius Caesars natiuity.
The natiuitie of Iuno.
The byrth of Minerua.
Of the birth of Ceres.
Of the birth of Venus.
Of the byrth of Mahomet.
The natiuity of our Saui∣our Christ.
Of the happy natiuitie of our gratious Queene Elizabeth.
Of the ancient order & ma∣ner of the inaugurations & coronations of diuers Em¦perors, Kings, Princes & high Priests: with their seue∣ral ceremonies & solemnities: and first, of the sacred an¦nointing of Aaron the high Priest, by Moses: of his glorious garments of consecration, sacri∣fice, and sacred annointing of the high priest, to be obserued in Israell for euer.
Of the sacred annointing of the kinges of Irsaell.
Of the maner and order of the inauguration and the making of the kinges of Rome.
Of the order of the inaugu∣ration and Coronation of the kings of Persea.
Of the ancient order & ma¦ner of the inauguration and coronation of the Emperours of Rome.
Of the Coronation and an∣nointing of the late kinges of Rome: in this sort.
Of the election of the Em∣perours and of the kings of Germany.
Of the maner and forme of the inauguration & annointing of the kings of France at their coronations with al other ancient ce∣remonies and solemnities.
Of the inauguration & an∣nointing of the kings of Hungaria at their coronation.
The ceremonies & solem∣nities at the inauguration of the kings of Polonia, at their crowning, and at their an∣nointing.
Of the annointing and co∣ronation of the kinges of Bohemia, and of the ceremonies and solempnities therof.
Of the inauguration & an∣nointing of the great Duke of Muscouia, with the ceremonies at their coronation.
Of the inauguration of the great Duke of Hetruria, Cosmus Medices, by pope Pius the first, at Rome, with the ceremonies and solempnities thereunto belonging.
Of the ancient and strange ceremonies at the Election of the Prince of Corynthia.
The great pomp & Solem∣nytie at the Inauguration of the Pope of Rome.
Of the most happy, ioyfull and triumphant day of her Maiesties corona∣tion, vpon the 15. of Ianuary.
The funerall pompe of the Romane Emperours.
The maner of the funerall Pompe of the Grecians.
Of the funerall pompe of the Egyptians.
Of the funerall pompe of the Thracians.