I'm beginning to encounter the liturgical practice of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church (there is a church near me, although it's a bit of a journey, but I intend to make it there sometime), and I remain astounded by the beautiful variety of liturgical rites. But being a bit of a liturgical nerd, I've been looking at photographs of Ethiopian clergy and liturgies, and attempting to figure out the vestments, and I've ended up with some questions.
1) Who wears the vestment that looks like a shoulder-length cape with long pieces of cloth hanging off it? http://www.ethiovirginmary.org/files/Deacon_Hiruy_Seyoum.jpg
I usually see it on people who look like deacons (or subdeacons? altar servers? there seem to be a lot of them per liturgy), but I've also seen examples of a priest wearing one over his cope. http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/7/76/Zewditu_and_favored_priest.png
2) Does an Ethiopian bishop wear anything like an omophorion? Or does he wear something larger, like a Coptic ballin, which wraps around the head and torso? http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-ui39E8cpUMc/USsRWrd7aiI/AAAAAAAAAQ8/y55Gtf7_k_Q/s1600/181934_105778756169254_2831228_n.jpg