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Rosslyn and the Grail by Mark Oxbrow
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Rosslyn and the Grail (edition 2006)

by Mark Oxbrow (Author)

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Title:Rosslyn and the Grail
Authors:Mark Oxbrow (Author)
Info:Mainstream Publishing (2006), Edition: New Ed, 320 pages
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Interesting part history, part mythology on Rosslyn Chapel in Scotland. Rosslyn features in "The Da Vinci Code" and has gained a reputation as a place of secrets and legends. The authors have written an engaging account of Rosslyn although the book is really more concerned with British folklore. ( )
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The secrets of Scotland's Rosslyn Chapel have remained hidden for hundreds of years. After a decade of extensive research, two Scottish historians have pieced together the real story of Rosslyn and reveal all in this book.

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