Coriolanus
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Enter two Senators, with Ladies, Enter two Senators, with Volumnia, Virgilia, and Cor V.v.1.1
passing ouer the Stage, with other Lords.Valeria, passing over the stage, with other Lords Cor V.v.1.2
Sena. FIRST SENATOR 
Behold our Patronnesse, the life of Rome:Behold our patroness, the life of Rome! Cor V.v.1
Call all your Tribes together, praise the Gods,Call all your tribes together, praise the gods, Cor V.v.2
And make triumphant fires, strew Flowers before them:And make triumphant fires; strew flowers before them.triumphant (adj.)triumphal, glorious, celebrating a great victoryCor V.v.3
Vnshoot the noise that Banish'd Martius;Unshout the noise that banished Martius, Cor V.v.4
Repeale him, with the welcome of his Mother:Repeal him with the welcome of his mother.repeal (v.)
old form: Repeale
recall, call back [from exile]
Cor V.v.5
Cry welcome Ladies, welcome.Cry ‘ Welcome, ladies, welcome!’ Cor V.v.6
All. ALL 
Welcome Ladies, welcome.Welcome, ladies, welcome! Cor V.v.7
A Flourish with Drummes & Trumpets. A flourish with drums and trumpets. Exeunt Cor V.v.7
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