The Art and Architecture of Freemasonry

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Batsford, 2002 - Architecture - 271 pages
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This study aims for a deeper understanding of aspects of Western art by tracing the motifs and legends from Antiquity that have influenced Freemasonry, and explaining the significance of recurring themes. The latter are to be found even in the design of parks, gardens and cemeteries.

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