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Rosslyn Templars

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An attempt to separate fact from fancy in the history of the profusely decorated Rosslyn Chapel. Includes descriptions and images of other Scottish collegiate churches.
URL: http://www.rosslyntemplars.org.uk
Title: Investigating Rosslyn Chapel from an historical point of view. Rosslyn Chapel, Freemasonry, the Knights Templar and their History and Symbolism.
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Description: Rosslyn Chapel - Midlothian Scotland, images and information. The Chapel was begun in 1446 as a Collegiate Church. There are many other similar collegiate churches in Scotland and these are compared to Rosslyn Chapel. Rosslyn Chapel contains a huge number of Christian carvings. Alleged Masonic connections are discussed. Scottish Freemasonry is also considered.
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