Slide No.1
Paludamentum with tablion, tunic talaris, soft leather shoes, stripes lorum.

Slide No.2
Emperor Justinian and court. Left to center - paludamentum plus
tablion over tunic talaris.Center to right priests - dalmatic pallium, note
cross on scarf, crown on head - stemma,shoulder patch called segmentae.

Slide No.3
Empress Theodora and court. Paludamentum, maniakis - collar,
lorum (women) tablion (men) stola/chemise (dress) stemma (crown).

Slide No. 4
(Detail) Maniakis and stemma note jewels, pearls.

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(Detail) Paludamentum over a stola. Note: elaborate
fabric patterns, silk fabric. Mosaics are from Ravenna,
Italy.(Detail) Maniakis and stemma note jewels, pearls.

Slide No.6
The 3 Magi-Man in brais/bracchae, tunic, Phrygian hat

Slide No.7
Tunic talaris, dalmatic over it. Pallium (narrow toga)
ruler is holding mappa and scepter signs of rank from Rome.

Slide No.8
Greek Orthodox - Ecclesiastical garb. Miter hat, loros,
stole,granatza robe. Note: fabrics and cloaks of attendants.

Slide No.9
Dalmatic - heavily embroider ed.

Slide No.10
Damask patterned textile woven with gold and silver thread.

Slide No.11
Embroidery - note use of pearls.

Slide No.12
Cut stone jeweled necklace, earrings, and bracelet.

Slide No.13 - Cameo brooch.

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