Queen's Diamond Jubilee Parade and Muster at Windsor Castle
Troops from all three Services formed on parade at Windsor Castle for her Majesty the Queen during the Diamond Jubilee Parade and Muster in May 2012.
Arrmed Forces Diamond Jubilee Parade and Muster taking place at Windsor Castle with HM The Queen. More than 2, 500 troops from the Royal Navy, the Army and the Royal Air Force paraded before The Queen through the Quadrangle of Windsor castle, down through the town of Windsor along castle Hill, Thames Street and the into Home Park. Sailors, Soliders and Airmen representing the main body of the parade with 6 Military bands passed the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh to the main arena at Home Park for the Muster and miltary events. Included was a 78 Military Aircraft fly over in celebration of the Queens Diamond Jubilee.
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The back of the gold-plated throne, showing queen Ankhesenamun putting the finishing touches to the king's toilet, from the tomb of the pharoah Tutankhamun, discovered in the Valley of the Kings, Thebes, Egypt, North
The back of the gold-plated throne, showing queen Ankhesenamun putting the finishing touches to the king's toilet, from the tomb of the pharoah Tutankhamun, discovered in the Valley of the Kings, Thebes, Egypt, North Africa, Africa
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Grana Uile introduced to Queen Elizabeth, illustration from 'Anthologia Hibernica' vol
XJF486361 Grana Uile introduced to Queen Elizabeth, illustration from 'Anthologia Hibernica' vol. II, print made by Clayton, published 1794 (engraving) by Beauford, William (1735-1819); Private Collection; (add.info.: GrA¡inne NA MhA¡ille (c.1530ac.1603), GrA¡inne O'Malley or Grace O'Malley, was Queen of Umaill, chieftain of the A MA¡ille clan and a pirate in 16th century Ireland. She is commonly known by her nickname Granuaile in Irish folklore, and a historical figure in 16th century Irish history, and is sometimes known as "The Sea Queen Of Connaught". NA MhA¡ille met with Queen Elizabeth in 1593 to negotiate the English-Irish power struggle that was being played out in Ireland at that time. NA MhA¡ille refused to bow to Elizabeth as she did not recognise her as Queen of Ireland.); Irish, out of copyright
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