vestiary


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vestiary

A room for the keeping of vestments, garments, or clothes; a wardrobe.
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In this instance of a translation from an external vesting to something "radically inward" there is a cost, a "narrowing and a personalizing of the power of the vestiary symbol which no longer has even a separably or externally actualized form...." (110)
The speaker is not the integral whole that she seems, the unity of a vestiary surface that represents the self-possessed, self-same male, like Viola's twin brother, Sebastian.
840 belonging to a certain Theodosius, patrikos, imperial protospatharius and chartularius of the public vestiary, chief of the Byzantine emperor's personal security.