Tiara Meaning and Definition in Dictionary
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- a crown-like jewelled headdress worn by women on formal occasions
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- a jewelled headdress worn by women on formal occasions
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Wikipedia Meaning and Definition on 'Tiara'
- Tiara: For other uses, see Tiara (disambiguation). For the crown worn by Popes, see Papal tiara. A tiara (from Latin: tiara, from Ancient Greek: τιάρα)
- Napoleon Tiara: The Napoleon Tiara was a papal tiara given to Pope Pius VII in June 1805 on the occasion of the coronation of Napoleon I and Joséphine de Beauharnais
- Papier-mâché tiara: The papier-mâché tiara is a papal tiara that was made in exile for Pope Pius VII's papal coronation in a church in Venice. In 1798, Pope Pius's predecessor
- Palatine Tiara: The Palatine Tiara is the most widely used Papal Tiara in the possession of the Vatican. It was donated to Pope Pius IX in 1877 by the Holy See's Palatine
- Continental Tiara series: Continental Tiara series are a family of air-cooled, horizontally opposed aircraft engines. Designed and built by Continental Motors/TCM, the Tiara series
- Tears to Tiara: Tears to Tiara (ティアーズ・トゥ・ティアラ, Tiāzu tu Tiara?) is a Japanese adult tactical role-playing game developed by Leaf. It was first released for Windows on
- Papal tiara: The papal tiara is a crown that was worn by popes of the Catholic Church from as early as the 8th century to the mid-20th. It was last used by Pope Paul
- Decoration of the Papal Tiara: century when the papal tiara received its third and final tier, the decoration of papal tiaras followed a standard format. The Papal Tiara itself was laid out
- Tiara of Saitaferne: The Tiara of Saitaferne is a tiara in gold sheet, acquired by the Louvre Museum in 1896, afterwards shown to be a fake. On April 1, 1896, the Louvre announced
- Tiara of Pope John XXIII: The Tiara of Pope John XXIII was the personal Papal Tiara (triregnum in Latin, triregno in Italian) presented by the region of Bergamo to Angelo Roncalli
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