Triumph

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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.

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  • Trionfo, a form of festivity in Renaissance Italy