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Ecclesiastical Stole

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Definition
A narrow band of embroidered woven fabric, often matching that of the maniple; usually finished with a cross and a fringe at each end. Worn around the neck, used by members of the Christian clergy during the performance of certain liturgical functions.
Definition source(s)
  • Parks Canada Descriptive and Visual Dictionary of Objects
English
Term (International)
Ecclesiastical Stole
Inverted term (International)
Stole, Ecclesiastical
Alternative term(s)
diaconal stole; omophorion; orarion; sacerdotal stole; stole, diaconal; stole, sacerdotal
French
Term (International)
Étole ecclésiastique
Term gender (International)
f.
Note(s)
  • May also use "Stole" from Outerwear
Date created
2010-01-01
Date updated
2021-07-08
Parks Canada code(s)
  • 03-00545
Nomenclature URI
https://www.nomenclature.info/nom/14122
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