Epitrachelion

Some articles on epitrachelion:

Vesting Prayers - In The Eastern Rites - Other Services
... the priest will vest in either his epitrachelion alone or, when called for by the rubrics, epitrachelion and phelon ... the priest always wears epimanikia any time he wears the epitrachelion ...
Eastern Church Vestments
... The three forms of stole (Orarion, Epitrachelion, and Omophorion) are marks of rank ... Epitrachelion (Greek ἐπιτραχήλιον, "over the neck") This stole is worn by priests and bishops as the symbol of their priesthood ... Cloth belt worn by priests and bishops over the epitrachelion ...
Stole (vestment) - Use - Eastern Christianity - Byzantine Practice
... while that worn by a priest or bishop is called an epitrachelion (a bishop additionally wears an omophorion), all similar in meaning and use to the Western stole ... The priest's epitrachelion consists of a long strip of cloth, hung around the neck with the two strips fastened together in front, either by buttons or by stitching ... The epitrachelion comes down in front almost to the hem of his robes, and is symbolic of the priest's "anointing" (Septuagint Psalm 1322 KJV Psalm 1332) ...