1) This was usually a white cloth worn by priests on the neck, in conjunction with the alb.
In 1524 the churchwardens’ accounts for Sheriff Hutton had among the vestments one albe and amys and in 1567 an amese was one of several items listed in the vestments of Burton Pidsea. It is not always in such contexts that it can be found. Among items of clothing that were stolen from a house in South Cave in 1535 was an amyce of purple veluet . Note: 1435 unam tuellam latam de amyswerke .