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Ton, that have been Ever at homely et have all Countries feen ; And, like a Compafs, \eepingone foot ft ill Vponyour center, do your circle fill Of general Knowledge j watctid men j manners too ; Heard,what pa ft times have f aid \ feen, what ours do ; Which Grace /ball 1 make love tofirft your skill} Or faith in things ? For the paifage in him is , that Demetrius Phalerem, Hieronymm Rhodius, Arifioxenus and Ariftotle (a JV to Trepi 'Euyw Ui /3i/3ai'o? And it is obferved by learn- ed a men that it was frequent in the State of Rome before the Empe- rors were Chrirtian to have both among their Enfigns in the field and urndflit'ini't in their monies, the Ball or Globe, the beginning whereof Isidore alfb Komnnahb.^ b refers to Ahqh SIus. " Md * Globe with a Crofs infixt on it which Jhewed that, by Faith in the flaw*. For the Globe denotes the Earth Jf JUJj JJS rehichis of like form, and the Crofs denotes Faith, becanfe God r* f£e videfis GJ* F/e/2) was nailedtoit. Reverendiffime Pater poftulamtts , ut Confortem no Uram nobis a Deo conjun&am bencdicere , C^* corona, reginali decora- re dignemini , adlaudcm , £ gloriam Salvatoris no&ri Jefu Chriiii. Tunc Fegina, quae in aliquo loco ad partem in Ecclefia a principio fteterat , a duobus Epifcopis paratis, non his, qui Regem deduxerunt, fed primis poft eos, crine foluto , 8c ca- pite velato, in veilibus fuis communibus ad Metropolitanum antealtare deducitur & facia Metropolitan© reverentia, co- ram illo genuflecrit, 8c ejus manum ofculatur. Vocantur omncs Pradati regni , atque omnia alia fiunt, quae fupra pro coronatione regis ordinara funt.
And that he wrote fuch a one is juftified alfo by Laertius in his life , and by a Athenxus } though indeed Plutarch doubt a Di p„ f op ^- whether b that Were his or no , which in his time was infcri- ? fame whereof the Fragment attributed to him is a part. That which we name a Globe or Mound here is alio fbme- times call'd an Apple, (bmetimes a Ball. 1 c o » according to Si vero tunc Kegina Bcnedicenda lit, Stcoronanda, quam- Ac-pmtfcait primum iplb Rege intronizato , & orationibus expletis , it* ar '«uiiou Metropolitanus cum Pradatis paratis ad altare reverfus in fal- »4«2Sij diftorio fedet, * the Kin s- Rexde folio fuo furgens, cum comitiva fua , Coronam in capite, & Sceptrum inmanu geftans ante altare ad Metropo- litannm proficifcitiir, 8c facia eireverentia, frans, deteclo ca- pite, petit Keginam benedici, & Coronari, fub his verbis. a tque alii Prjelati omncs dcponunt veftesfacras , & ad pro- pria quiiqj rcvertitur. tbe^ueem Si Re^e jampridem coronato , Regina Tola, utconjux illi- rtcw.^ us, coronanda fit , parantur duothalami, & alius locus, in J'^""- quo Regina a principio officii ufquc ad tempus coronationis expectat. For the Ufe in England as well tx France, was antienr, and fo alfo Oy the 0,1, Romania') in other Kii:g- doms, where Anointing was allowed, to anoint the what we find other wife in the Popes Canons, which Prin- ces obeyed at.
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