palliun (c.1136-37)

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palliun (c.1136-37)

[ hap]

[ FEW: 7,507a pallium; Gdf: 5,710c pallion 2; GdfC: ; TL: 7,29 paile (pallion); DEAF:  paile 1 (pallion); DMF:  pallium; TLF:  pallium; OED:  pallium n.; MED:  pallioun n.; DMLBS: 2088a pallium ]
pallion,  pallioun,  pallium  


1costumeeccl.pallium, woolen cloak conferred on archbishops as a symbol of authority
( c.1136-37; MS: s.xiiex )  Un evesque le baptizad, Paulins ot nun [...] Cist aportad le palliun De Rome  1045
( 1139-50; MS: s.xiiex ) li evesques ot pallium De Saint David  198
( MS: s.xiii1/4 )  El nostre tens reçut le veschié (l. l'eveschié?) de seint Davit le pallium de l'apostoile de Rume  504
( 1214; MS: 1214-16 )  Croce, anel, mitre, pallion  2115
( 1200-50; MS: s.xiiim )  Legat pot faire d'un clerjun, U arcevesqes voille u nun. Mult li vent chier le palliun  120.46
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