Triumph

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The Roman triumph (Latin triumphus) was a celebration for a victorious military commander in ancient Rome. 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