The Dominican nuns, religious abbreviation OP, Latin: Ordo fratrum Praedicatorum are a Roman Catholic religious order.
Society of St. Ursula (Compagnia di Sant’Orsola Ursulines of the Roman Union / Ursulines de l’Union Romaine), Latin Ordo Sanctae Ursula.
Habit of Religious Orders, 1780. Benedictine nuns. Ordo Sancti Benedicti, OSB.
Priestess (visionary) and nobility in chiton. The resulting folds by pulling down the chiton over the belt was called Kolpos.
Carolingian clothing 751-987. Knight in armor, Bishop, Priest and Burgess.
Carolingian clothing 751-987. Carolingian Queen, Noblewoman and Prophetess.
Byzantine Dalmatic, Ecclesiastical Costume Byzantine Dalmatic, said to have belonged to Leo III., but probably dating from the Twelfth Century, preserved in the Treasury of St. Peter’s at Rome. Upon… Read More
Medieval nobility clothing. Emperor Henry II., 1000 A.C. Figure of Frankish King Henry II., 973-1024, called the saints and a Frankish bishop. 1004 Henry II. became king, and 1014 he was… Read More
Earliest times of the Carolingian period — Variety of costume in the provinces — Fashions in the Duchy of France — French taste dating from the eleventh century — Luxury increases with each generation — The dominical —The “bliaud” — Canes of apple-wood — Women in the twelfth century — Headdresses — “Afiche” — Serpent-tails — Pelisses — The thirteenth century — “Greves” and veils are in fashion — The “couvre-chef” in the fourteenth century — The skirt, or “cotte-hardie,” surcoat, or overall, or overskirt, cape, trained skirt, and “gauze” — Accessories — Emblazoned gowns — Various kinds of stuffs.
The Mufti of Istanbul or Chief of the Religion. Ottoman Empire.