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The Roman triumph (Latin triumphus) was a celebration for a victorious military commander in ancient Rome. For later imitations, in life or in art, see Trionfo. Numerous later uses of the term, up to the present, are derived directly or indirectly from the Roman one.
Triumph may refer to:
Ulysses is the Roman name for Odysseus, a hero in ancient Greek literature.
Palm most commonly refers to:
Acme is Ancient Greek for the peak, zenith or prime. It may refer to:
A star is a luminous astronomical object.
Albion is an archaic and poetic name for the island of Great Britain.
Guardian or The Guardian may refer to:
The Vikings were seafaring Scandinavians.
A fox is a small-to-medium-sized, omnivorous mammal belonging to several genera of the family Canidae
A tornado is a violent rotating column of air that touches the surface of the earth.
Ambassador is the highest ranking diplomat who represents a nation.
A legend is a historical narrative, a symbolic representation of folk belief.
A millennium is a period of 1,000 years.
A champion is a first-place winner in a competition, along with other definitions discussed in the article.
Chase may refer to:
The zenith is the point in the sky that appears directly above the observer.
A gladiator was an armed combatant entertainer in the Roman Republic and Roman Empire.
A blessing is a type of religious pronouncement.
Victoria most commonly refers to:
An arrow is a projectile launched from a bow.
The lion is a big cat of the species Panthera leo that inhabits the African continent and one forest in India.