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English Clergy Habit

The habit of the English non-monastic priesthood: a Sarum (double-breasted) cassock, usually in black, grey, or blue. An Anglo-Saxon gown (here with closed sleeves, also with wide sleeves), silk tippet, 'Catercap' (Canterbury cap), and sash-type Cincture.

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Taken on August 16, 2005