At his feet are the crossed keys, and two priestly ministers in albs kneel before him.
He had to tend the lamp and to fetch oil and rychys (rushes), and fix banners on holidays, fold up the albs and vestments.
Albs, "th' albs and amices" (R221,d), a long white linen garment or robe worn by officiating priests of the Roman communion.
They wore tunics and albs, like what the priest wears at mass, some covered with gold work.
I set off accordingly, after that with low laughing we had put the albs all over us, wrapping the ladders also in white.
The accusers, all ecclesiastics, sat upon the right hand of the judges; they wore their albs and stoles.