Differences in the relative topography of pallial marker genes also define different regions of the pallium , which can be partially traced into the amygdala.
The one figure that remains to be reconsidered within this arrangement of matter in Rubens's painting is the Pan flanked by a pinelike tree and draped with a cloak resembling a Greek pallium .
Among the most important parts of the mass to bless Benedict XVI will be when he receives his Fisherman's Ring and the pallium , a narrow stole of white wool embroidered with five red silk crosses, pinned with three jewelled gold pins.
It is a freestanding bronze figure in a pallium ; it reverberated, overwhelmingly, with antique associations.
The encouragement of pilgrimage and papal investiture of bishops with the pallium (the symbol of office), as recorded enthusiastically by Bede, were among the means used to secure the ‘Romanizing’ of Christianity.
There is the one on whom Gregory bestowed the pallium , the symbol of Catholic unity and oversight.
Within a short time of his election, a formal inauguration ceremony takes place, at which the woollen pallium is bestowed upon him.
On the bronze statue now in Milan, the very work Carpaccio used as his model, the pedestal carries a dense motif of foliage, and the hem of Christ's pallium drops down sharply below the level of his feet.
In contrary to those two shell layers produced in the apertural area of the shell, there is another which is made all over the pallium (mantle) on the inside of the shell.
Papal policy might also be conveyed via bishops who visited Rome to attend synods or, in the case of metropolitans, to collect their pallium , the stole that signified their authority.