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Ritual, Secrecy and Civil Society

Volume 2, Number 2, Winter 2014

Published on in “History”, language — English. 108 pages.
Ritual, Secrecy and Civil Society aims to provide a bridge between European and American Masonic research. This is why our review is heavily involved in the major international masonic history conference which will take place in Paris, in the prestigious setting of France's National Library, on May 29 and May 30, 2015. It will be an important event, bringing together the world's key players in Masonic studies. We hope to see you there! More
Thanks to the work of David Stevenson concerning Scotland in the seventeenth century, and to those of the research Lodge of the Quatuor Coronati, relating to England in the early eighteenth century, we know a little better how speculative freemasonry originated. However, aside from the chain of events that led to the creation of the modern Lodges, then the Grand Lodges, we still need to understand the origin of the intellectual and legendary corpus that they employed and which forged the... More

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