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A chimere is a garment that can be worn as part of academic dress, or by Anglican bishops in choir dress. A descendant of a riding cloak, the chimere resembles an academic gown but without sleeves, and is usually made of scarlet or black cloth. (See also List of types of clothing) Introduction Humans often wear articles of clothing (also known as dress, garments or attire) on the body (for the alternative, see nudity). ... Full dress bachelors gown, with hood and cap The traditional BA gown and hood from Cambridge University, which formed the basis of academic dress at many other English-speaking Universities The University Officers in charge of the degree ceremony at Cambridge An alternative coloured gown Academic dress or academical... The term Anglican describes those people and churches following the religious traditions of the Church of England, especially following the Reformation. ... A bishop is an ordained member of the Christian clergy who, in certain Christian churches, holds a position of authority. ... Full dress bachelors gown, with hood and cap The traditional BA gown and hood from Cambridge University, which formed the basis of academic dress at many other English-speaking Universities The University Officers in charge of the degree ceremony at Cambridge An alternative coloured gown Academic dress or academical...


Academic Use

The chimere is prescribed at the University of Oxford for doctors in Convocation Dress — and as such the chimere may be referred to as the Convocation Habit. The University of Oxford, located in the city of Oxford in England, is the oldest university in the English-speaking world. ...


Ecclesiastical Use

The Chimere is frequently worn by Anglican bishops in choir dress — typically the chimere would be worn over a purple cassock and the rochet, and would be accompanied by a black scarf, with bands and academic hood optional. Roman cassock with piping for a bishop The cassock, an item of clerical clothing, is a long, sheath-like, close-fitting, ankle-length robe worn by clergy members of some Christian denominations. ... This is an article on the religious vestment; for an article on the French bicycle manufacturer, see Rochet A rochet is a vestment generally worn by a Bishop in choir dress. ... Full dress bachelors gown, with hood and cap The traditional BA gown and hood from Cambridge University, which formed the basis of academic dress at many other English-speaking Universities The University Officers in charge of the degree ceremony at Cambridge An alternative coloured gown Academic dress or academical...


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