Why are you mourning the death of Queen Elizabeth?

When news of Elizabeth II’s death broke Thursday, a tearful crowd outside Buckingham Palace chanted a desperate ‘God save the Queen’. Hundreds of people braved the torrential rain to stand outside the palace gates.The Queen was, for better or worse, a rare common reference.

Grief experts say we mourn what she stands for, and the pass. She was the head of state in the UK and 14 other Commonwealth nations.

The solemnity may be performed, or even overwrought, but the Queen’s death resonates because she was one of our last universal touchpoints.

When a news channel aired the sad news, my emotions had some what to do with the importance of the monarchy in my life, but also with the scale and grand gravity of the occasion.

I remember whilst on the princess trust program as a young designer I was inspired by the Queens passion and exquisite dress sense, In the moment I dreamed to distinguish our Majesty wearing one of the LGN designs one day. “I brought the hat outside Buckingham your Majesty the Queen Elizabeth 2nd. Please accept as a token of my admiration your highness.

Venerated is a character that serves as a common reference point for so many people.

An instantly recognizable figure to billions of people around the world, the Queen was on her Platinum Jubilee year in 1952, marking the 70th anniversary of succeeding her father, King George VI.

An image of Queen Elizabeth II is seen at Piccadilly Circus in London.

Queen’s Speech 2022 in full: Prince Charles opens Parliament for first time

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Prince Charles delivered the Queen’s speech on Tuesday 10 May 2022. We highlight some of the key bills from the speech, outlining those most relevant to solicitors in the government’s legislative agenda for the next year.

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What does the Ceremony of the Keys consist of?
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The ancient custom of the Ceremony of The Keys, which involves the formal locking of the gates of the Tower of London, has been carried out continuously every night, without fail, for more than 600 years since 1340.

The Sovereign’s Entrance and Norman Porch

At the base of the tower is the Sovereign’s Entrance, which is used by the Queen whenever entering the Palace. The steps leading from there to the Norman Porch are known as the Royal Staircase and are the start of the processional route taken by the Queen. By tradition, this route is the only one the Sovereign is allowed to take when he or she comes to the House of Lords. The Norman Porch is so called, because it was originally intended to house statues of the Norman kings.

Ceremony of the Keys

Ceremony of the Keys
Yeoman Warder with escort, Tower of London in May 2010
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The Ceremony of the Keys is an ancient ritual, held every evening at the Tower of London, when the main gates are locked for the night.[1] It is said to be the oldest extant military ceremony in the world,[2] and is the best-known ceremonial tradition of the Tower.[3]

Ceremony

At exactly 9.53 pm, the Chief Yeoman Warder, dressed in Tudor watchcoat and bonnet, and carrying a candle lantern, leaves the Byward Tower and falls in with the Escort to the Keys, a military escort made up of armed members of the Tower of London Guard.[4] The Warder passes his lantern to a soldier, and marches with his escort to the outer gate. The sentries on duty salute the Queen’s Keys as they pass.[5]

The Warder first locks the outer gate and then the gates of the Middle and Byward Towers. The Warder and escort march down Water Lane, until they reach the Bloody Tower archway where a sentry challenges the party to identify themselves:[5]Sentry: “Halt! Who comes there?”Chief Warder: “The keys”.Sentry: “Whose keys?”Chief Warder: “Queen Elizabeth’s keys”.Sentry: “Pass Queen Elizabeth’s Keys. All’s well”.[5][6]

The Warder and escort march down to the foot of Broadwalk Steps where the main Tower Guard is drawn up to meet them. The party halts, and the officer in charge gives the command to present arms. The Chief Warder steps forward, doffs his bonnet, and proclaims:Chief Warder: “God preserve Queen Elizabeth”.Guard: “Amen!”[5][1]

On the answering “Amen” the clock of the Waterloo Barracks strikes 10pm and the Last Post is sounded, marking the end of the ceremony.[5][1]

The Guard is dismissed, and the Chief Warder takes the keys to the Queen’s House for safekeeping overnight.[5]

History

The origins of the ceremony are unknown. It may have begun during the Middle Ages,[1] and it is often stated that a ceremony in some form has been held since the 14th century.[7][8] Written instructions that the keys should be placed in a safe place by a Tower officer, after securing the gates, date back to the 16th century.[1] In its current form the ceremony is likely to date to the 19th century when the institution of the Yeomen Warders was reformed by the then Constable of the Tower, the Duke of Wellington.[1]

The ceremony has never been cancelled, and has been delayed only on a single occasion due to enemy action during the Second World War.[5][4]

During much of the First World War, the Honourable Artillery Company (HAC) provided the Tower garrison but in 1919 after handing back the Tower Guard to the Foot Guards, the HAC’s 3rd Battalion presented a lantern to the Yeomen Warders on the 12 May 1919 as a mark of friendship during their time on duty.[9] The lamp was used for the ceremony of the keys that night and every night ever since.[10]

Access

Between 40 and 50 visitors are allowed access to the ceremony each night, under escort.[4] Tickets are £5 and must be obtained in advance from Historic Royal Palaces, the organisation that looks after the Tower.[11] The event is usually sold out at least 12 months in advance.[11]

Following the suspension of public visits during the Covid-19 pandemic, the ceremony was opened to the public again from 1 June 2021.[12]

In the United Kingdom, Black Rod is principally responsible for controlling access to and maintaining order within the House of Lords and its precincts, as well as for ceremonial events within those precincts. Since early 2018, the post has been held for the first time by a woman, Sarah Clarke

Origin
The office was created in 1350 by royal letters patent, though the current title dates from 1522. The position was adopted by other members of the Commonwealth when they adopted the British Westminster system. The title is derived from the staff of office, an ebony staff topped with a golden lion, which is the main symbol of the office’s authority.

A ceremonial rod or staff is a common type of symbol indicating the authority of the office-holder. Depictions of ancient authority figures in many cultures include such a rod (alternatively called a sceptre). Another early example was the fasces (literally a bound bundle of rods) carried by guards (“lictors”) who accompanied certain high-level officials in the Roman Republic and later Empire.

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Black Rod is formally appointed by the Crown based on a recruitment search performed by the Clerk of the Parliaments, who is the employer of all House of Lords officials. Prior to 2002, the office rotated among retired senior officers from the Royal Navy, the British Army and the Royal Air Force. It is now advertised openly. Black Rod is an officer of the English Order of the Garter, and is usually appointed Knight Bachelor if not already knighted. Their deputy is the Yeoman Usher of the Black Rod

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Raymond Mauny (1912-1994) is a French historian , specialist in prehistory and protohistory of Africa, in particular of Senegal and Mali .

Raymond Mauny studied law at the University of Poitiers and received his master’s degree in 1940, with a thesis titled The colonial dilemma in Franco-Italian relations since 1918. In 1937, he joined the AOF’s civil service administration because he was passionate about Africa.

In 1947, he joined the French Institute of Black Africa in Dakar, Senegal, where he worked alongside Professor Théodore Monod. Until 1962, he was in charge of the “Archeology and Prehistory” division. He took part in various archaeological missions in West Africa and the Sahara throughout the 1950s and 1960s .

Raymond Mauny was named professor of African history and holder of the chair of mediaeval African history at the Sorbonne in 1962. With Georges Balandier and Hubert Deschamps , he was one of the founding members of the Sorbonne’s African Research Center in 1963.

Raymond Mauny et la fabrique de l’histoire médiévale africaine

Raymond Mauny et la fabrique de l’histoire médiévale africaine

He was also president of the Société des Amis du Vieux Chinon and one of the main leaders of research on underground refuges from the Middle Ages .

He was the first to demonstrate the impossibility of the role attributed to the House of Slaves in the slave trade , in a Guide de Gorée of 1951

The Arch by Henry Moores

The Arch could be a six-metre tall Roman travertine design situated on the north bank of the Long Water. It was displayed by the craftsman Henry Moore to the country for siting in Kensington Gardens in 1980 – two a long time after his eightieth-birthday show at the Serpentine Display, London.

The Arch is made from seven travertine stones weighing a add up to of 37 tons. The stones were sourced from a quarry in northern Italy. After being dismantled in 1996 due to auxiliary insecurity, The Curve has been as of late reestablished at its unique area in Kensington Gardens by The Regal Parks and The Henry Moore Establishment.

Rebuilding of The Arch In 1996, it got to be clear that The Curve had gotten to be fundamentally unsteady and it was carefully disassembled and put into store. 

Discourses were continuous  approximately the reclamation work required to restore it. From the beginning, The Illustrious Parks and The Henry Moore Establishment – a charity set up by Moore amid his lifetime – worked closely.

Inigo Jones

Inigo Jones, (born July 15, 1573, Smithfield, London, Eng. —died June 21, 1652, London), British painter, architect, and designer who founded the English classical tradition of architecture. The Queen’s House (1616–19) at Greenwich, London, his first major work, became a part of the National Maritime Museum in 1937.

Portrait of Inigo Jones painted by William Hogarth in 1758 from a 1636 painting by Sir Anthony van Dyck

As the most notable architect in England,[2] Jones was the first person to introduce the classical architecture of Rome and the Italian Renaissance to Britain. He left his mark on London by his design of single buildings, such as the Queen’s House which is the first building in England designed in a pure classical style, and the Banqueting House, Whitehall, as well as the layout for Covent Garden square which became a model for future developments in the West End. He made major contributions to stage design by his work as theatrical designer for several dozen masques, most by royal command and many in collaboration with Ben Jonson.

“That Jones shall worship the god within him turns out ultimately to mean that Jones shall worship Jones. Let Jones worship the sun or moon, anything rather than the Inner Light; let Jones worship cats or crocodiles, if he can find any in his street, but not the god within. Christianity came into the world firstly in order to assert with violence that a man had not only to look inwards, but to look outwards, to behold with astonishment and enthusiasm a divine company and a divine captain. The only fun of being a Christian was that a man was not left alone with the Inner Light, but definitely recognized an outer light, fair as the sun, clear as the moon, terrible as an army with banners.”
Author: G.K. Chesterton

What did Inigo Jones design?
He left his mark on London by his design of single buildings, such as the Queen’s House which is the first building in England designed in a pure classical style, and the Banqueting House, Whitehall, as well as the layout for Covent Garden square which became a model for future developments in the West End.