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Charles will be crowned King when his mother diesThe King wore a beautiful crown of gold, emeralds and diamonds.

Charles will be crowned King when his mother dies.

In the Bible, Jesus Christ is given a crown of thorns to wear before being led to the hill where he is to be crucified.

Many people hope that Prince William will be crowned King of England when Queen Elizabeth dies.

The little girl's mother made her a beautiful crown of tin foil and colored paper for her Halloween princess costume.

We saw the King's crown on display in the Royal Museum.

The crown was made of solid gold, decorated with diamonds, rubies and sapphires.

There is an Italian proverb which states that he who goes not into battle cannot wear a crown.

Franz Grillparzer once said that woman is the crown of all creation.

Somerset Maugham once said that the crown of literature is poetry.

There is a biblical proverb which holds that gray hair is a crown of glory.

Queen Elizabeth II wore three different crowns on her coronation day in 1953.

During the first modern Olympics in 1896, the winners received silver medals and crowns of olive branches.

In 1066, Britain's last Anglo-Saxon ruler, Harold, was crowned King of England following the death of his brother-in-law.

In March of 1558, Ferdinand I assumed the title of Holy Roman Emperor without being crowned by the Pope.

English kings and queens have been crowned in Westminster Abbey since the time of William the Conqueror.

Find someone who had a toy crown as a child.

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