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Author Collis, Robert,
Title Initiating the millennium : the Avignon society and illuminism in Europe / Robert Collis, Natalie Bayer.
Imprint New York, NY : Oxford University Press, [2020]
2020.

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Author Collis, Robert,
Series Oxford studies in Western esotericism.
Oxford studies in Western esotericism.
Subject Avignon Society.
Secret societies -- France -- Avignon -- History.
Freemasonry -- France -- Avignon -- History.
Occultism -- France -- History.
Alt Name Bayer, Natalie,
Description 1 online resource (xii, 255 pages).
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Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Description based on online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on March 03, 2020).
Summary This work is devoted to the Avignon Society, which ranks as one of the most remarkable and influential initiatic societies in Europe between 1779 and 1807. Influenced by the burgeoning strand of illuminist high-degree freemasonry, the Avignon Society, nevertheless, developed a unique culture that incorporated strands of Western esotericism within a millenarian framework.
ISBN 9780190903381 electronic book
0190903384 electronic book
9780190903404 electronic book
0190903406 electronic book
9780190903398 electronic book
0190903392 electronic book
0190903376
9780190903374
OCLC # 1131085675
Additional Format Print version: Collis, Robert. Initiating the millenium. New York, NY : Oxford University Press, [2020] 0190903376 (OCoLC)1104600561.


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