Pastos (παστός) is the word designating a shawl frequently used in the religious ceremonies of the ancient Egyptians as well as the heathens of Greece and Rome. It was generally figured with various symbolical representations corresponding to the particular rites in which it was used. The word pastos was also used to denote a small shrine or chapel in which a god was contained.

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