Altar clothing

(coverings)
Refer to the Lord Jesus Christ's grave clothes.
These coverings include:
A red cover - most probably - that covers the whole altar, having a cross on each of its corners.
A white cover, smaller than the former.
3- The Prospharine*.

Dictionary of church terms. — St. GEORGE'S COPTIC ORTHODOX CHURCH SPORTING - ALEXANDRIA EGYPT. .

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