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The bier a nd the coffin are covered with a white cloth and over it is placed a pall of black cloth with silk fringes. T he sexton usua lly ac ts as undertaker and marshals the funeral procession. 5 Order in death: the funeral of Baron van Oudtshoorn, Cape Town, 1773 (Cape Archives, M 172). made to permit the formation of an orderly procession of mourners according to the precedence list that had been decided upon. The mourners follow slowly two-by-two. (Mentzel 1925: 123) 'Women', Mentzel stressed, 'do not attend funerals'.
In 1663, for example, Carlo Emanuele II married a French Colonial discourse 29 princess. Evening festivities were marked by fireworks exploding over an artificial mountain constructed in a ci ty square: From the piano nobile levelof th e palace the guests watched the fireworks exploding over the mountain that occupied the square in front of Palazzo di Citta. This mountain - topped with the bull of Mars representing both the duke and the c ity of Turin - was an element present in m any Savoy fa mily wedding celebrations (1620, 1650); it burst into flames at the conclusion of the display, ignited b y a dove with burning wings, representing the bride, which crashed into the bull from the top of the palace .
3). Although Virginia lacked the urban slavery of Cape Town, the political economy of the countryside was structured similarly in both areas. As with Virginia, the Cape had a small group of large-scale slave owners, whose daily contact with the slaves was mediated by overseers (knechts in the Cape), and a substantial group of smaller, yeoman farmers. Although the details of economy were different (the principal crops on Cape estates were grapes and wheat, in contrast with tobacco and, later, a more diversified agricultural economy in Virginia) the relationships between slaves, overseers and owners had much in commonoverbearing paternalism, coloured by the paranoic fear of insurrection, dominated daily life in both Virginia and the Cape.