Monk in his robe holding a cilice belt in his right hand. A cilice was originally a garment or belt made of coarse cloth or animal hair (hairshirt) worn close to the skin. It is used as a self-imposed means of repentance and mortification of the flesh. Cilices were originally made from coarse animal (goat) hair, as an imitation of the garment worn by John the Baptist that was made of camel hair. Stand 19th century. Wear, losses (left hand) otherwise excellent condition.
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