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*[[Cruce pectorală]] (
if blessed to wear it)*[[Stihar]]: the priest's sticharion is usually white, and of a lighter material than the deacon's*[[Mânecuţe]]: same as the deacon's, except the priest wears his over the sticharion
*[[Epitrahil]]: the priestly stole, worn around the neck
cloth belt worn over the epitrachelion
*[[Felon]] - large conical sleeveless garment worn over all other vestments, with the front largely cut away to facilitate the priest's movements
Nabedrennik]]: from the Slavic traditions; a stiffened square cloth worn on the left side via a long loop of cloth placed over the right shoulder (if the epigonation/palitsa has also been awarded, the nabedrennik is worn on the left side); this is a clergy award, so it is not worn by all priests*[[Epigonation]] /Palitsa: like the nabedrennik, except it is diamond-shaped and always worn on the right side (loop over the left shoulder); also a clergy award; in Byzantine practice, denotes a priest blessed to hear confessions
Pectoral cross]]*[[ Sticharion]]: same as for the priest*[[ Epimanikia]]: same as for the priest*[[ Epitrachelion]]: same as for the priest*[[ Zone]]: same as for the priest
*[[Sakkos]]: instead of the phelonion, the bishop wears the sakkos, which is a tight-fitting garment with wide sleeves
*[[Epigonation]]/palitsa: all bishops wear this
*[[Mitră]]: ca o coroană pe care o poartă episcopii pe cap în timpul sfintelor slujbe
Panagia ( vestment)| Panagia]] /[[Engolpion]] - medallion usually depiction the Theotokos (Blessed Virgin Mary) holding the Christ Child. Some bishops (and all primates of [[autocephaly|autocephalous]] churches) have the dignity of a second panagia.
*[[Omofor]]: of all episcopal vestments, this is considered to be the most important; the omophorion is a wide band of cloth worn about the shoulders
sleeveless cape that fastens at the neck and the feet, worn by the bishop when he formally enters the church before [[ Divine Liturgy]].