Zucchetto

The zucchetto (oʊ; t͡sukˈketto; Italian: `small gourd`, from zucca, `pumpkin`, figuratively referred to the human head) is a small, hemispherical, form-fitting ecclesiastical skullcap worn by clerics of various Catholic Church rites and used by the higher clergy in Anglicanism as well as in the Eastern Orthodox Church tradition. The plural ...
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Zucchetto

A zucchetto is a Roman Catholic skull-cap worn by an ecclesiastic and (prior to 1973) covering the tonsure. The colour of the zucchetto varies with rank: that of a priest is black, of a bishop or monsignor purple, of a cardinal red and of the pope white.
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Zucchetto

Headdress shaped like a small hemispherical shell used by the Pope (white), the cardinals (red) or by the bishops (purple)
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zucchetto

round skullcap worn by Catholic clergy to indicate rank
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zucchetto

small silk skullcap worn by Roman Catholic clergymen. Developed from the pileus (q.v.), a close-fitting, brimless hat commonly worn by the Romans, ... [1 related articles]
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Zucchetto

the skull cap worn by the Pope (red), bishops (purple) and cardinals (red).
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Zucchetto

the skull cap worn by the Pope (red), bishops (purple) and cardinals (red).
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Zucchetto

The skullcap of Roman Catholic clerics.  The Pope wears a white zucchetto, Cardinals wear red zuchettos, Bishops wear purple zucchettos and priests wear black zucchettos.
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