A new study has revealed how much you should spend on a high priest’s robes, revealing that men should expect to spend about the same amount on the item, and women a little less.
The study, commissioned by the Archbishop of Canterbury, analysed sales data from retailers across Europe and found that the average amount spent per robe was £16, compared with £26 for the average woman’s garment.
The results also suggest that women should expect higher prices when they buy high priests’ robes, which are usually made from silk.
It is the first time the amount spent on high priest apparel has been analysed by researchers at the Institute for Economics and Peace, which is based at Oxford University.
The institute is the UK’s leading body on the economics of fashion, and has been conducting research on the high priest since the mid-1990s.
The Institute for Economic Affairs’ report, commissioned in partnership with the European Commission and conducted by Oxford University, is the latest in a series of analyses of high priest clothing.
Previous research has shown that high priests have historically been seen as a symbol of power and wealth, and they are the symbol of the church in modern society.
The report’s authors say the findings have been a significant turning point for the high priests, as they have become symbols of wealth and power, rather than simply symbols of faith.
“This study demonstrates how important it is to understand and appreciate high priest merchandise and the high cost of its manufacture,” said Joanna O’Donovan, professor of sociology at the University of Oxford.
“It also highlights the role of retailers in the creation of high priests robes.
The most important question, as a consumer, is whether the cost of purchasing high priests clothing is worth the trade-off of the increased visibility of these symbols of power, wealth and wealth.”
The study also found that consumers’ responses to high priests were largely based on whether they expected to see them worn in church or in a different setting.
The researchers found that shoppers who thought the high-ranking priest would wear in church were more likely to buy the item than shoppers who expected to wear it in a casual setting.
Women were also more likely than men to buy robes made from fabric that they would expect to see used in church.
The cost of the high Priest robes is estimated to be more than £100,000, compared to the £80,000 cost of other high priest clothes.
The costs of high-ranked items have increased dramatically over the last 30 years, according to the report, which notes that the current cost of high ranking garments is the highest in the history of the world.
High priest robes have a high value because of the status they hold, with the most expensive being £80m.
The findings have prompted a discussion about how high ranking clothing should be made, with some suggesting that high-rankers should be given a new name.
The high priest has been a symbol for the church for centuries, and a new study is the result of a concerted effort to understand the history behind the garment.
“The high priest is a symbol in its own right,” said Prof O’Donnell.
“But this is a history that has come to us through history and the way it has been worn and displayed, which has led to a wealth of knowledge about the history and significance of the garment.”
This article originally appeared in the BBC News website.