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Стихарь.конец 18-нач.19 в.Апостол Иаков и мученица Татиана. Церковный историко-архитектурный музей Костромского Ипатьевского монастыря

Стихарь.конец 18-нач.19 в.Апостол Иаков и мученица Татиана. Церковный историко-архитектурный музей Костромского Ипатьевского монастыря

Byzantium, early 15th century, tunic that belonged to Metropolitan Photius

Byzantium, early century, tunic that belonged to Metropolitan Photius very similar to early Ottoman Talisman shirts

Empress Mathylda's tunic (1102-1167) deposited at Ambazac Paris Church. Source: livinghistory. elizabethchadwick.blogspot.cz

Byzantine Tunic: tunics were offered in a variety of lengths. They were worn short, knee length, long, or all the way to the floor.

Eastern Orthodox Liturgical Vesture. 17th c, Bulgarian Sakkos from Byzantine and Christian Museum, Athens, Greece. Made of red silk with linen lining with embroidered imagery, the sakkos comes from Mesembria in Eastern Roumeli (now Bulgaria).  It has been dated to the 17th century and has been attributed to an Epirote workshop. -- click image for more info

The Byzantine Museum's sakkos is made of red silk with a linen lining. It is open at the sides and joined in places with ribbons from which little bells hang down. Byzantine Museum of Athens

Front view of the so-called Dalmatic of Charlemagne.

Front view of Charlemagne’s coronation dalmatic woven by skilled Byzantine artists.

2 Byzantine sakkos XIV century. from the Vatican and the Kremlin - Ornament and style DPI

from the Vatican and the Kremlin - Ornament and style DPI