While Willis considers that the term corona was a common one for an apse at the end of a church, citing "Ducange's Glossary," which defines "Corona Ecclesiæ" as Pars templi choro postica, quod ea pars fere desinat in circulum; "at all events," he concludes, "it was a general term and not peculiar to Christ Church, Canterbury.
Hoc templum non ducitur stare in eodem loco vbi templum Dei stetit in tempore Christi, quo post resurrectionem a Romanis destructo, istud longo post tempore Adrianus Imperator extruxit, sed non ad formam templi prioris: praedictum tamen excelsum in medio templi locum vocant Iudaei sanctum sanctorum.
"Speak, you are permitted," said the Grand Master "speak, and say, knowest thou the capital of our holy rule, 'De commilitonibus Templi in sancta civitate, qui cum miserrimis mulieribus versantur, propter oblectationem carnis?" "Surely, most reverend father," answered the Preceptor, "I have not risen to this office in the Order, being ignorant of one of its most important prohibitions."
William Ermstead was master of the Temple at the Dissolution of the Priory, and died 2 Eliz. . Richard Alvey, Bat. Divinity, Pat. 13 Febr. 2 Eliz. Magister, sive Custos Domûs et Ecchsiæ Novi Templi, died 27 Eliz. . Richard Hooker succeeded that year by Patent, in terminis, as Alvey had it, and he left it 33 Eliz. . That year Dr.
Most likely, however, it was a marble slab or bronze tablet which contained the lex templi, and was something like the tabula Veliterna. On the floor of the two caves were two very beautiful mosaics, one of which is now in the Barberini palace, the other, which is in a sadly mutilated condition, still on the floor of the west cave. The date of these mosaics has been a much discussed question.
Henricus Fielding, de East Stour in Com Dorset Ar, filius et haeres apparens Brig: Gen'lis: Edmundi Fielding admissus est in Societatem Medii Templi Lond specialiter at obligatur una cum &c. Et dat pro fine 4. 0. 0. Of the ensuing two and a half years of student life in the Temple we know practically nothing, beyond one vivacious picture of Harry Fielding's attack upon the law.
Her account is as follows: "The Fraternity of the Rose-Cross comprises nine degrees of initiation 1. Zelator; 2. Theoricus; 3. Philosophus; 5. Adeptus Major; 7. Adeptus Exemptus; 8. Magister Templi; 9. Magus." Miss Vaughan's literary methods are not exactly captivating, and the enormous parenthesis is hers, but the capitals which close it are mine.
Henricus Fielding, de East Stour in Com Dorset Ar, filius et haeres apparens Brig: Genlis: Edmundi Fielding admissus est in Societatem Medii Templi Lond specialiter et obligator una cum etc. Et dat pro fine 4. 0. 0. It may be noted, as Mr. Of discrepancies like these it is idle to attempt any explanation.