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Coronation 1937 - The Anointing Featured Print

Coronation 1937 - The Anointing

The Anointing Ceremony during the Coronation of King George VI, which precedes the crowning. Illustration shows King George VI having taking his Robe with its Cape of ermine off, wearing a satin under-robe reaching to the knees and sat in the Coronation Chair (with the ancient stone of Scone), under a canopy of gold and silver brocade held over him by four Peers who are Knights of the Garter. The Archbishop of Canterbury, having dipped his fingers in Holy Oil, anoints the King and makes the sign of the cross on the crown of his head, the breast and the palm of each hand. Date: 1937

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Entrance to King Alfonso V of Aragon (1396-1458) in Featured Print

Entrance to King Alfonso V of Aragon (1396-1458) in

Alfonso V of Aragon (1396-1458). King of Aragon, Naples and Sicily. Detail of a triumphal arch depicting a quadriga carrying the king Alfonso V of Aragon (1396-1458) in their entrance to Naples, 1443. By Francesco Laurana (1430-1502), 1452-1456. Castel Nuovo. Naples. Italy

© Thaliastock / Mary Evans

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Coronation 1937, anointing of Queen by Archbishop Featured Print

Coronation 1937, anointing of Queen by Archbishop

The coronation ceremony of King George VI in Westminster Abbey: the anointing of Queen Elizabeth by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Lang. The Queen in her place of anointing, a faldstool set before the altar. The Archbishop pours the holy oil upon her head from the Spoon. On his right hand is the Archbishop of York (Dr Temple) and on his left the Dean of Westminster (Dr Foxley Norris) holding the Ampulla, from which the oil has been poured into the Spoon. The pall of cloth of gold known as the Canopy is held over the Queen by the Duchesses of Norfolk, Rutland, Buccleugh and Roxburghe. Next to the Duchess of Roxburghe to the right at the back is the Bishop of Blackburn (Dr Herbert). In the centre foreground is the Bishop of St Albans (Dr Furse). To the left of the Canopy are the Queen's train-bearers with the Duchess of Northumberland, Mistress of the Robes, wearing a tiara, near the extreme left at the back. The train-bearers are Lady Elizabeth Percy, Lady Margaret Cavendish-Bentinck, Lady Iris Mountbatten, Lady Ursula Manners, Lady Elizabeth Paget and Lady Diana Legge. On the extreme right in the foreground is the Bishop of London (Dr Winnington Ingram). Date: 1937

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans