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It is certain that a tribute was paid for the reception of the pallium as early as the sixth century.
This was abrogated by Pope Gregory the Great in the Roman Synod of 595, but was reintroduced later as partial maintenance of the Holy See.
Worn by the pope, the pallium symbolizes the plenitudo pontificalis officii (i.e.
the plenitude of pontifical office); worn by archbishops, it typifies their participation in the supreme pastoral power of the pope, who concedes it to them for their proper church provinces.
An archbishop, therefore, who has not received the pallium may not exercise any of his functions as metropolitan, nor any metropolitan prerogatives whatever; he is even forbidden to perform any episcopal act until invested with the pallium.
It is an opportunity for us to reflect on the language and ideas that represented each year.The honour was usually conferred on metropolitans, especially those nominated vicars by the pope, but it was sometimes conferred on simple bishops (e.g.on Syagrius of Autun, Donus of Messina, and John of Syracuse by Pope Gregory the Great ).The oath of allegiance which the recipient of the pallium takes today originated, apparently, in the eleventh century.It is met with during the reign of Paschal II (1099-1118), and replaced the profession of faith.