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On the throne sat an old132 magician, with a crown on his ugly head and a scepter in his hand.
RUDY AND BABETTEHANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN
Certainly he was not a man of sufficient ability worthily to hold the scepter of so great an empire.
The god was represented as seated on his throne, with his brows crowned with a wreath of olive and in his hand a scepter.
In the right hand there is a scepter terminating in a sign which has been thought to represent fire.
The present-day detective king wields his scepter for precisely the same reason.
As Polynices was dead, and could not claim the scepter he had so longed to possess, they put his son Ther-san´der upon the throne.
And she waved her ebony scepter in dismissal, ringing the bell at the same time.
The two birds sang their best, but the scepter lay motionless in the king's hand.
ALONZO FITZ AND OTHER STORIESMARK TWAIN (SAMUEL CLEMENS)
This was the first instance of the scepter being held by a female.
JAPANVARIOUS
The crown and scepter of Hungary were surrendered to Matthias.

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