It showed me standing by the church door at the end of a service with a mitre almost covering my ears and my eyes.
The figure, wearing the distinctive mitre - the ceremonial hat of a bishop - replaces an eroded piece of decorative stonework.
Then a man pushed forward from the congregation and rearranged the archbishop's mitre - and we realized it was a scene being shot for a film.
In it, a bishop who had committed disgraceful acts was stripped of the symbols of his office - mitre , crosier and ring.
Apart from his mitre , a bishop also had a ring (usually set with an amethyst) and a staff.
The mitre had a band, or plate of inscribed gold.
He is wearing a grey fantasy costume with a red collar and a red-black stripe in the front that resembles a mitre .
The wood, which is through-dyed in the colour black-grey and mitre jointed, gives the tables and Volumina a strong, monolithic character.
His wobbling mitre gave clerical emphasis to his plea.
a mitre saw