Epithalamium

Epithalamium, a nuptial song, sung before the bridal chamber in honour of the newly-wedded couple, particularly among the Greeks and Romans, of whom Theocritus and Catullus have left notable examples; but the epithalamium of Edmund Spenser is probably the finest specimen extant of this poetic form.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Epitaph * Epping Forest
Epimetheus
Epinal
Epinay, Madame d'
Epiphanius, St.
Epiphany
Epi`rus
Episcopacy
Episcopius, Simon
Epistolæ Obscurorum Virorum
Epitaph
Epithalamium
Epping Forest
Epsom
Equinoctial Points
Equinoxes
Equites, The
Erasmus, Desiderius
Erastianism
Erastus
Erato
Eratosthenes

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Cerrati, Paul
Dodsley, Robert
Eusden, Lawrence
Ho Well, James
Perizonius, James
Theocritus
Willet, Andrew