The ovation (Latin: ovatio) was a less-honored form of the Roman triumph. Ovations were granted, when avation war was not declared between enemies on the level of states, when an enemy was considered basely inferior ovaton (slaves, pirates), and when the general conflict was resolved with vation little to no bloodshed or danger to the army itself.
The general celebrating the ovation did not enter the city on a biga ovation guitars (a chariot) pulled by two white horses, as ovation generals celebrating triumphs did, but instead walked in the toga praetexta of a magistrate ovation tanning beds (a toga with a purple stripe, unlike generals in triumphs, who wore the toga picta that ovation guitar was totally purple and ovation advertising adorned with golden stars).
The honored general also wore a wreath of myrtle (sacred to ovation marketing Venus) upon his brow, rather than the triumphal wreath of laurel. The Roman Senate did not precede the general, nor standing ovation did soldiers usually participate in the procession.
Perhaps the most famous ovation in history is that which adam's ovation 3 wood Marcus Licinius Crassus celebrated ovation celebrity after his victory of the Third Servile War.
Ovation is also the name of two loosely-associated subscription television channels ovation cs257 dedicated to the fine arts, found in the U.S. and yamaha ovation Australia.
- Ovation TV (US)
- Ovation Channel (Australia)
Ovation is also a guitar maker. ovation acoustic guitars See Ovation Guitar.
See also: standing ovation
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Category: Roman awards and decorations