He does not wear a skullcap, the most prominent marker of Orthodox observance.
No one outside his inner circle had been made aware, because the cut could be hidden under his skullcap.
And there this year was Melching, translating again, but this time the deep voice of Demba Diawara, an elderly imam in a skullcap.
We can understand, therefore, why Plumard screamed aloud when Bahuchet tried to remove his skullcap.
He looked like a Frenchman, by the way, and always wore a skullcap.
Mera is represented wearing a different head-dress in each figure; in one he has a short wig, in the other a skullcap.
He took off his skullcap, and passed his hand over his soft white hair.
Simon rose, and found himself looking down at the skullcap on top of the pope's head.
The merchant debated, removing his skullcap, smoothing his grizzled fringe of curls, fitting the cap on again deliberately.
We understand that the next edition of the Pharmacopeia will omit mention of skullcap.
skullcap skull·cap (skŭl'kāp')
A helmet; brain dish (1980s+ Motorcyclists)