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coronation
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The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde - (13 chapter version)
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  • The King of Ceilan rode through his city with a large ruby in his hand, as the ceremony of his coronation.
  • The orphreys were divided into panels representing scenes from the life of the Virgin, and the coronation of the Virgin was figured in colored silks upon the hood.
  • , on his way to the Tower previous to his coronation, as wearing "a jacket of raised gold, the placard embroidered with diamonds and other rich stones, and a great bauderike about his neck of large balasses."

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