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A few feet away, Levy dons a purple cape over her T-shirt and leggings and picks up Elsa’s scepter.
The church also calls itself the Rod of Iron Ministries, citing the Book of Revelation, which God is said to run with an iron scepter.
In 2005, the historic museum opened with 14 gallery rooms filled with Mardi Gras costumes and memorabilia, including gowns, robes, crowns, and scepters of previous Kings and Queens of Mobile Mardi Gras.
The look was completed by Queen Julia's own jewelry, a glittering crown and scepter, and the organization's Medici collar and Dior red and ermine-trimmed mantle.
Following the lead float, King Elexis I John Lafayette Finley IV and Queen Tiffani Hall put their scepters aside and launched throws of every type into the bright Tuesday sunshine.
Its sister jewel, the 530-carat First Star of Africa, sits atop the queen’s scepter.
Wiley, whose signature style is to elevate his subjects by putting them in elaborate settings, tried to get the president to sit with scepters, thrones, and robes—even mounted on a horse.
And so his initial impulse maybe in the work was to also elevate me and put me in these settings with partridges and scepters, and thrones and chifforobes and mounting me on horses.
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: a long decorated stick that is carried by a king or queen
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