How was the winner revered in ancient Rome?

In ancient Rome, a commander who won an outstanding victory and averted the threat from Rome was rewarded with triumph.

The conqueror solemnly entered Rome in a chariot, he was greeted by crowds of people. Behind the commander was a slave who held a wreath over his head. Following the winner, they carried trophies, led the captives, and also the legions with whom he won the victory. At the same time, the legionnaires could sing humorous songs about the commander.

For a smaller victory, the commander received a standing ovation (one might say that this is a small triumph).

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