REDIMICULUM

REDIMICULUM
Isidero est, quod alias succinctorium sive bracile, quod descendens per cervicem et a lateribus colli divisum, utrarumque alarum sinus ambit, atque hinc inde succingit, ut constringens latitudinem vestis ad corpus contrahat. Hoc vugo bracile, quasi brachiale vocant, quamvis nunc non brachiorum, sed renum sit cingulum. Idem Cingulum in lumbis vocat. cum ait. Fibulae sunt, quibus pectus feminarum ornatur, vel pallium tenetur viris in humeris, ceu cingulum in lumbis. Quod utique de cingulo Monachorum intelligit, qui ἀνάλαβος Graece dicebatur, Rebrachiatorium, Cassiano. Ita enim hic de Monachis Aegyptiiis, Gestant, enim testiculas duplices, laneô plexas subtegmine, quas Graeci ἀναλάβους vocant: nos vero succinctoria, seu redimicula, vel proprie rebrachiatoria possumus appellare, apud Salmas, ad Tertullian, de Pallio, c. 1. Vide quoque supra, in voce Mitra, item Rebrachiatorium.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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