An archbishop late th century Archbishop in pontifical dress The lower part of the alba is visible above the ankles over this is the fringed tunic and then the richly ornamented dalmatic descending to the knees On top is the chasuble thrown over the body with a standing collar On the left arm is the maniple Embroidered caligae boots reached to the knees Behind the mitre are the vittae or infulae The two marks the pall or narrow label running around the shoulders made of white wool with purple crosses distinguished the archibishop from the bishop Illustration from Dresses and Decorations of the Middle Ages from the Seventh to the Seventeenth Centuries by Henry Shaw London
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