triumph (n.)
triumphal procession into Rome
AC IV.xii.33[Antony to Cleopatra] Vanish, or I shall give thee thy deserving / And blemish Caesar's triumph
AC V.i.66[Caesar to Proculeius, of Cleopatra] her life in Rome / Would be eternal in our triumph [i.e. her presence would make my triumphal procession live on in memory]
AC V.ii.109[Cleopatra to Dolabella, of Caesar] He'll lead me, then, in triumph?
JC I.i.31[Cobbler to Flavius] we make holiday to see Caesar, and to rejoice in his triumph
JC V.i.108[Cassius to Brutus] if we lose this battle, / You are contented to be led in triumph / Thorough the streets of Rome?
Tit I.i.113[Tamora to Titus] Sufficeth not that we are brought to Rome / To beautify thy triumphs
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