Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
Each royal entry into town was designed to have the same effect as the landing of Air Force One.
After fifteen minutes of the ritual salutations traditional in a royal entry he got in his carriage.
The cultural atmosphere of Protestantism was less favourable to the Royal Entry.
Royal Entry covers the European ceremonies from the Middle Ages on.
Temporary triumphal arches made of lath and plaster were often erected for royal entries.
A Royal entry was typically accompanied by various short performances, including tableaux vivants and mascarades.
They were a major feature of festivities for royal weddings, coronations and royal entries into cities.
These were undoubtedly the high-water mark of the sixteenth-century Royal Entry, but with signs of the troubles to come already beginning to show.
He occasionally participated in great ceremonial occasions, wearing livery at James I's royal entry to London in 1604.
Why mislead the people of Jerusalem with such a symbolically-heavy royal entry if he meant the direct opposite of what the Zech 9 prophecy said?
Such pageants often celebrated a birth, marriage, change of ruler or a Royal Entry and invariably ended with a tableau of bliss and concord.
A baldachin may also be used in formal processions, including Royal entries, coronation or funeral processions, to signify the elite status of the individual it covers.
For comparable ceremonies in Medieval and Early Modern Europe, sometimes employing consciously 'Roman' iconology, see Royal entry.
The tableau vivant, or group of living statues, was a regular feature of medieval and Renaissance festivities and pageantry, such as royal entries by rulers into cities.
The fountain was commissioned as part of the decoration of the city to commemorate the solemn royal entry of King Henry II into Paris in 1549.
In Flanders, though not in the United Provinces, the mostly temporary displays for royal entries provided occasional opportunities for lavish public exhibitions of Mannerist style.
Decorations da Nola made for the royal entry of Emperor Charles V in Naples (1535) are still to be seen on the Porta Capuana.
On his return journey he passed through Vienna, where, together with the sculptor Hans Mont, he made the triumphal arch for the royal entry of the emperor Rudolph.
Soon his duties included officially representing the Gonzaga court; for instance, he accompanied his marquis for the Royal entry at Milan of Louis XII.
The event, portraying Alfonso as a classical hero of Antiquity, set iconographic examples for his nephew in the Royal entries of Ferdinand of Aragon.
He has two children - Son Shubhankar who had made a royal entry in Marathi music with his exemplary singing for kid's movie 'Chintoo' (चिंटू) and daughter Anannya.
The King and the City in the Parisian Royal Entry Ceremony: Politics, Ritual and Art in the Renaissance (Geneva) 1986.
Colvin notes similarities with Rubens' designs for the royal entry of the Cardinal Infante Ferdinand into Antwerp, 1635 (published 1642), with which Gerbier would have been familiar.
Yet another document lists the issue of 'scarlet red cloth' to William and colleagues for the 'royal entry' of 1604, when James showed himself to his subjects in an ostentatious procession through London.