List of people involved in coronations of the British monarch

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Below is a list of people involved in coronations of the British monarch:

Contents

Clerics[edit]

Presiding clerics[edit]

Deans of Westminster[edit]

Standard bearers[edit]

Australia[edit]

Canada[edit]

Ceylon[edit]

England[edit]

Hanover[edit]

India[edit]

Ireland[edit]

New Zealand[edit]

Pakistan[edit]

Royal[edit]

Saudi Arabia[edit]

Scotland[edit]

South Africa[edit]

Union[edit]

Wales[edit]

Regalia[edit]

Sovereign's regalia[edit]

Bearers of St Edward's Crown (and Lords High Stewards of Great Britain)[edit]

Bearers of St Edward's Staff[edit]

Bearers of the Golden Spurs[edit]

Bearers of the Sceptre with the Cross[edit]

Bearers of the Sword of State[edit]

Bearers of the Pointed Sword of Justice to the Spirituality (Second Sword)[edit]

Bearers of the Pointed Sword of Justice to the Temporality (Third Sword)[edit]

Bearers of the Sword of Mercy (Curtana)[edit]

Bearers of the Jewelled Sword of Offering and the Ruby Rings[edit]

Bearers of the Sceptre with the Dove[edit]

Bearers of the Orb[edit]

Consort's regalia[edit]

Bearers of the consort's crown[edit]

Bearers of the consort's Sceptre with the Cross[edit]

Bearers of the Ivory Rod with the Dove[edit]

Great Officers of State[edit]

Lord High Chancellors of Great Britain[edit]

Lord Great Chamberlains of England, or their Deputies[edit]

Lord High Constables of England[edit]

Earls Marshal of England, or their Deputies[edit]

Miscellaneous[edit]

Monarch's train[edit]

Consort's train[edit]

Bearers of the Pall of Gold[edit]

Carried by four Knights of the Garter:

Bearers of the Paten[edit]

Bearers of the Bible[edit]

Bearers of the Chalice[edit]

Lords of the Manor of Worksop[edit]

Coronation banquet[edit]

Chief Larderer[edit]

References[edit]

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