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Com - licensed to Universitetsbiblioteket i Tromso - PalgraveConnect - 2011-03-19 Elizabeth’s Final Days The Death of Elizabeth I being severally enclosed in a coffer covered with velvet bound with silver, which was also buried in the said chapel. And after that the surgeons had done their parts as aforesaid, then the clerk of the spicery with the officers of the chaundry came and cered the said royal corpse with linen cloth wax, and with a number of spices, very costly. After the which the said corpse was coffined, and then the sergeant plumber enclosed the same in lead, the which coffin was covered with purple velvet and laid over the seams with lace and nailed with gilt nails.
XV, 38–40). ”79 Because many courtiers were making considerable effort to visit the King—he eventually had to ban all postings to Scotland—his presence at the funeral might have distracted the mourners from their work of honoring the Queen. , XV, 53). Despite James’s absence, the funeral needed to be impressive for its purpose was, as Clare Gittings has demonstrated, to “underlin[e] most forcefully the power of the monarchy [and] . . reinforce the stability of society at a moment of potential crisis .
Clapham, 110) along the Thames to Whitehall. At Whitehall, the coffin was placed in “the Drawing Chamber” (Herbert, 4) upon “a bed of state” ( J. ”59 The proclamation, which Roger Wilbraham claims was drawn up well before the Queen’s death and signed by thirty men (54),60 was read “most distinctly and audably” (Stow, Annales, 813) by Robert Cecil who was accompanied “by the King-atArms on horseback, surrounded by all the Lords of the Council, the Archbishops, Bishops, Earls, Barons, and Knights to the number of three hundred” (CSPV, X, 15).
Atoms and the universe; an account of modern views of the structure of matter and the universe by G. O. Jones