To these, as the symbol of their delegated authority as his vicarii, Gregory sent the pallium.
Last but one walks the Archbishop, and last of all follows the bearer of the pallium.
For the moment it was enough to assert the necessity of the pallium and its papal origin.
On reaching the church the pallium is reverently laid on the high altar.
But in the higher apes and in man the olfactory portion of the pallium is but a small fraction of the pallium as a whole.
Benedict was defeated, and excommunicated, and the pallium he had given to Stigand was now useless.
But it is unusual to paint him with the pallium, and with a book in his hand.
Then he went to Rome to receive the pallium and, returning to his native land, put himself at the head of the reform party.
Did he receive the pallium from Rome, sent by special Papal messengers?
This favor, being bought by potent arguments, was granted unwisely, and the pallium was sent to William with the greatest secrecy.
pallium pal·li·um (pāl'ē-əm)
n. pl. pal·li·ums or pal·li·a (-lē-ə)
The mantle of gray matter with the underlying white substance. Also called brain mantle, mantle.