- The distinctive dress worn by the clergy when performing the liturgy.Amice (Taylasan): It was originally a hood covering the head and neck. It symbolizes the helmet of salvation resembling the soldier's helmet as a sign of his spiritual vigilance during prayer. It looks like a crown which priests wear while celebrating the liturgy of the Eucharist.Dalmatic, sticharion* or Alb (Tuniah): A long white linen garment reaching the feet and decorated with crosses on the front, back and borders. It refers to the angel's purity.Girdle*.Epitrachelion*.Stolea. Deacon's stole.b. Priest's stole (Patrashil).Armlets sleeves*.Phelonion or Supervestment (Bornos).Crown (Priestly Cap).Crozier or staff of pastoral authority (Bronze Cross).Pectoral CrossBendictional Cross.
Dictionary of church terms. — St. GEORGE'S COPTIC ORTHODOX CHURCH SPORTING - ALEXANDRIA EGYPT. Fr. Tadros Yacoub Maiaty.