Mantelletta

Man`tel┬Ělet'ta noun [ Italian mantelletta . See Mantelet .] (R. C. Ch.) A silk or woolen vestment without sleeves worn by cardinals, bishops, abbots, and the prelates of the Roman court. It has a low collar, is fastened in front, and reaches almost to the knees.
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Mantelletta

• (n.) A silk or woolen vestment without sleeves worn by cardinals, bishops, abbots, and the prelates of the Roman court. It has a low collar, is fastened in front, and reaches almost to the knees.
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Mantelletta

A mantelletta, Italian diminutive of Latin mantellum `mantle`, is a sleeveless, knee-length, vest-like garment, open in front, with slits instead of sleeves on the sides, fastened at the neck, once even more common than the mozzetta. ==History== The mantelletta is probably connected with the mantellum of the cardinals in the `Ordo` of Gregory ...
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mantelletta

knee-length sleeveless garment worn by Catholic cardinals and bishops
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