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Canon with Aumuse

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Amess, Ammis, Aumuses (Latin, almecia, almucium)
A canonical vestment lined with fur, that served to cover the head and shoulders, perfectly distinct from the amice. Also a cowl or capuchon worn by the laity of both sexes.

Author
A Cyclopædia of Costume
Vol I
Published 1876
By James Robinson Planché, Esq
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