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early history and antiquities of Freemasonry
Fort, George F.
Erroneously ascribed to George Franklin Fort. cf. Appleton"s cyclop©Œdia of American biog.: Lamb"s biog. dict. of the U.S.
|Other titles||The legend of Prince Edward.|
|Statement||To which is added the legend of Prince Edward.|
|Contributions||Fort, George F. 1809-1872.|
|LC Classifications||HS412 .F76 1881|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||508|
|LC Control Number||09007986|
Prehistoric Masonry is dealt with very briefly, but this branch of archaeological research has been taken up by G. F. Fort (Early History and Antiquities of Freemasonry, ), who, in an interesting volume of pages, devoted entirely to the "Antiquities" of the Society, discusses very ably and clearly the legendary or traditionary history. The Early French Exposures by Harry Carr, Quatuor Coronati Lodge, pages. An excellent reference for students wishing to read about the history of the early non-English rituals. The Early History and Antiquities of Freemasonry by George F. Fort.
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On the pillar of brass he engraved the history of creation, the principles of the arts and sciences, and the doctrines of Speculative Freemasonry as they were practiced in his times; and on the one of marble he inscribed characters in hieroglyphics, importing that near the spot where they stood a precious treasure was deposited in a. The title of this book may be thought to err by omission. Inasmuch as the Articles of Union, , use the term ‘Holy Royal Arch' and the early Companions knew the Order by that name, it may be thought that the word ‘Holy' ought to be included in the title and commonly used in the text. True, there is history in the word.
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The history of Freemasonry encompasses the origins, evolution and defining events of the fraternal organisation known as covers three phases.
Firstly, the emergence of organised lodges of operative masons during the Middle Ages, then the admission of lay members as "accepted" masons (a term reflecting the ceremonial “acception” process that.
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Putnam, Law and Miscellaneous Booksellers, ; First Edition, Philadelphia. Scarce 6 x 81/2" tall, brown cloth hardcover with gold gilt on spine and cover. pages. " As connected with ancient Norse guilds, and the oriental and medieval building fraternities.".
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However, they studied it from their decidedly English perspective and still regarded Freemasonry as an English. Georges Fort wrote a very interesting book in called Early History And Antiquities Of Freemasonry, As Connected With Ancient Norse Guilds, And The Oriental And Medieval Building Fraternities.
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The History of Freemasonry. Its Antiquities, Symbols, Constitutions, Customs, Etc Derived from Official Sources. London: Thomas C. Jack, Three volumes. These facts were well-known over a hundred years ago, and were discussed in some detail in a book by the American Masonic scholar George Fort in his book Early History and Antiquities of Freemasonry, subtitled As Connected with Ancient Norse Guilds, and the Oriental and Mediceval Building Fraternities.
This hypothesis was given the shape with which we are now familiar by Hyppolito Joseph Da Costa in his Sketch for the History of the Dionysian Artificers (published complete in instalment form in The Montana Mason beginning with November, ), and he was followed, and his arguments repeated, by The History of Freemasonry, drawn from authentic.- I like to sell antique Freemasonry books whenever I can, particularly those published in the nineteenth century.
They can be hard to come by, however. I am always interested in buying and selling old books about Freemasons and Masonic Rituals, the Knights Templar, etc. Here are some of the mysterious Freemasonry titles I have sold over the years pins.I have underestimated Fort’s book Early History And Antiquities Of Freemasonry, As Connected With Ancient Norse Guilds, And The Oriental And Medieval Building Fraternities ().