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An epanokamelavkion (also epanokameloukion or epanokalimafko) is an item of clerical clothing...
The Koukoulion (Slavonic: Kukol) is a traditional headress worn by monks of the highest degree...
The history of the Russian Orthodox Church begins with the Baptism of Rus' at Kiev the date of...