4 edition of The regalia of Scotland found in the catalog.
The regalia of Scotland
Sir Walter Scott
|Statement||by Sir Walter Scott ; arranged in chapters with notes, descriptive eindex, &c., by John Sinclair.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||32 p. :|
|Number of Pages||32|
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In the Royal Order of Scotland, we accept the legendary Robert the Bruce as founder of the Order and the King of Scots as our hereditary Grand Master. From tradition, we learn that Robert the Bruce, King of Scots, having received assistance from a body of Freemasons at the Battle of Bannockburn in , instituted the Rosy Cross degree and. Regalia is a Latin plurale tantum word that has different definitions. In one rare definition, it refers to the exclusive privileges of a sovereign. The word originally referred to the elaborate formal dress and dress accessories of a sovereign, but now the word usually refers to any type of elaborate formal dress and dress accessories.
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Description of the regalia of Scotland by Scott, Walter, Sir, ; Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress) DLC. Publication date Topics Regalia (Insignia)Pages: The Discovery of the Regalia of Scotland () Following the Act of Union between England and Scotland inthe ancient Regalia (or 'Honours') of Scotland were deposited in a locked oak chest in the Crown Room of Edinburgh Castle.
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Art UK is the operating name of the Public Catalogue Foundation, a charity registered in England and Wales () and Scotland (SC). A message from our Patron, Yinka Shonibare CBE 'As a charity we need your support to make art accessible to everyone. This drawing by David Wilkie shows the rediscovery of the Scottish regalia, also known as the ‘Honours of Scotland’, in Having been smuggled out of Edinburgh Castle in politically turbulent times, the Scottish Crown, Sceptre and Sword of State were returned following the Act of Union between England and Scotland in Masonic Clothing and Regalia by: Frederick J.W.
Crowe ()This magnificently illustrated volume includes full color plates of the clothing and regalia of many of the Grand Lodges and Masonic systems of published inthe book was never reprinted and original copies now command a premium of several hundred dollars from todays antiquarian book volume has been.
Regalia Two of the most recognized aspects of the Scottish Rite regalia are the hats and rings. Just as the badge of a Master Mason in Blue Lodge is the apron, the cap is said to be the public badge and part of the uniform of a Scottish Rite Mason.
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of Barras.These, are the Scottish regalia, more than anything could sum up the independent character of a country with its particular custoiils. traditions and history.
So precious are the three pieces to the concept of nationhood that a clause in the Treaty of Union states that they must never be removed from Scotland.