The first coronation conducted in English was for King James I of England held in Westminster Abbey, London, England in 1603. Previously, coronations were held in Latin as per the book of service, Liber Regalis used for Edward II’s coronation in 1307.
King James I
- Coronation of the British monarch – Wikipedia
The Bible used is a full King James Bible, including the Apocrypha. At Elizabeth II’s coronation, the Bible was presented by the Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland. Once the Bible is presented, the Holy Communion is celebrated, but the service is interrupted after the Nicene Creed.
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to Kings and queens of Scotland (843–1651) – Monarch, Consort, Date of coronation, Place, Presiding … James II, Tuesday, 25 March 1437 …
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He traveled to London from Scotland and was crowned king as James I of England on July 25, 1603. However, because of an outbreak of the plague, his …