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Encyclopaedia of Freemasonry (Encyclopedie de la Franc-Maçonnerie)



Original Language: French | 982 pp. | 2002

2 Seas Represents: World Translation Rights.


An international approach: more than 620 entries and 40 authors

This Encyclopaedia of Freemasonry aims to fill a gap: in spite of many books dealing with the Royal Art, no reference work was ever conceived for a general audience with a concern for general knowledge that would, once and for all, ―take Freemasonry out of the Temple‖. All those who wish to understand the Masonic intention, know the rites, the different obediences, the deviancies, and the various faces of antimasonism, but also the life, the affiliations and the ―career‖ of more or less known Masons, or the geography of Masonic territories, will find, with these 620 entries illustrated with more than 450 documents, an answer to their curiosity and interrogations.

Under the supervision de Eric Saunier, lecturer of modern history at the Université du Havre.