200 Years of Royal Arch Freemasonry in England, 1813-2013

Author(s): Yasha Beresiner


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The Royal Arch, also known as  'Red Lodge' or Chapter is one of the most

popular and enlightening of the Orders beyond the Craft. Published to

coincide with the celebrations of 200 years of Royal Arch Freemasonry,  this

extensive volume encompasses much more than the title implies. Divided into

three parts with added appendices, the book covers the story behind the

creation of Supreme Grand Chapter within the context of Craft Freemasonry,

to which it is so closely attached. It is a comprehensive guide to the Order

of the Royal Arch, its history and development from the mid 18th century to

the present day.


This is the only text to date to answer such important questions as: How

did the Royal Arch end up in its current position, so unique to England? How

did the Antients Grand Lodge treat this 4th Degree of Freemasonry? Was the

Charter of Compact really falsified? And did the Duke of Sussex have his own

private Chapter?


This easy to read and comprehensive volume includes an innovative story line

of the day of celebration on 27 December 1813, written in the form of a

novelette. It is in a style that allows the reader to learn all the events

surrounding the creation of the Order with ease and confidence. For the

serious scholar, Yasha Beresiner's book reveals new ground in the discovery

and analysis of documents newly recovered and incorporates a chronology of events from 1813 to 2013. 


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General Fields

  • : 9780853184393
  • : Lewis Masonic Publishers, Limited
  • : Lewis Masonic
  • : 0.480808
  • : December 2013
  • : .5 Inches X 6 Inches X 9 Inches
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Yasha Beresiner
  • : Hardback
  • : English
  • : 366.10942
  • : 192