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46 It is also possible that this is just how the Patmos inventory was put together. The distinction between “embroidered poterokalymmata” and “antique poterokalymmata” in the Patmos inventory could mean only that there were two embroidered poterokalymmata and five older poterokalymmata, and that the five older poterokalymmata were different from the other two primarily because of their relative age, not necessarily because of the technique of decoration. Another question suggested by the wording of the Patmos inventory is whether the two embroidered poterokalymmata mentioned could actually be a set: one diskokalymma and one poterokalymma.
155, we find “:dt `6:6 8:V9μ6:df, R >9:_b P 6ae, H:d_ P 6μbef” (the katapetasmatos, which is the aër, or the amnos). Symeon of Thessaloniki, “Peri ton Hieron Cheirotonion,” 385. 32 Taft, The Great Entrance, 217. 33 “aër,” was used in the fourteenth or fifteenth centuries, as it is today, to refer to more than one type of object? ”34 Since the dedication embroidered on an extant textile at Patmos includes the phrase “<;_8ej^] P 6eib 6μbef 8Jf :eb μ_[6b b_`fa6db :pf μ8[d9:]f… (This amnos was dedicated to the Great Nikolaos on the island of Megiste…),” and since the extant textile matches the description in the Patmos Codex 75, the manuscript reference is assumed to refer to this very textile (catalogue number 38, figure 63).
12 considered liturgical textiles from a nationalist perspective. Much of the scholarship concerning aëres and epitaphioi is repetitive. Scholars simply echo the observations of older scholars, but the particular focus of any scholar has much to do with the time and place in which that scholar writes. 42 Scholarship like the works Juliana Boycheva may be rare, then, but Boycheva is as much a product of her time and place as Maria Ana Musicescu was of hers. Since many of the publications that deal with the subject at all are catalogues, an essay on any one of the textiles listed in a catalogue is usually a simple description of that textile’s function and iconography.