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  • Published: 1 August 2006
  • ISBN: 9781845961152
  • Imprint: Mainstream Publishing
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 320
  • RRP: $27.99

Rosslyn and the Grail

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After more than a decade of research, two Scottish historians have finally uncovered the real story of Rosslyn and the Grail.

The secrets of Scotland’s Rosslyn Chapel have remained hidden for hundreds of years. But now, after a decade of extensive research, two Scottish historians have pieced together the real story and reveal all in Rosslyn and the Grail.
Tens of millions of people worldwide became familiar with the mystery of Rosslyn through Dan Brown’s blockbuster novel The Da Vinci Code; hundreds of thousands have since travelled there to marvel at its magnificent carvings and to wonder if some fabulous treasure lies buried beneath its medieval walls.
Pseudo-history writers, Grail seekers and conspiracy theorists claim that the secret history of the Holy Bloodline of Christ, the Ark of the Covenant, the embalmed head of Jesus and the legendary treasure of the Knights Templar are all buried under Rosslyn Chapel. But what is the truth? Did the Templars really escape to Scotland? Does the enchanted White Lady of Rosslyn actually guard the Holy Grail? Was the chaell built to hide the Treasure of the Temple of Jerusalem?
With material culled from Dark Age and medieval sources, this startling book holds the key to the mystery of Rosslyn.

  • Pub date: 1 August 2006
  • ISBN: 9781845961152
  • Imprint: Mainstream Publishing
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 320
  • RRP: $27.99

About the Author

Mark Oxbrow

Simon Cox is the author of the international bestsellers Cracking the Da Vinci Code and Illuminating Angels and Demons, and co-author of An A to Z of Ancient Egypt and An A to Z of Atlantis. He lectures frequently around Europe and the US on alternative history and has appeared in numerous documentaries as an expert in the field.

Mark Oxbrow is the author of Halloween: Pagan Festival to Trick or Treat, which is widely recognised as the definitive history of Halloween. He also contributed to the bestselling Cracking the Da Vinci Code and has lectured widely, including guest lectures for the Folklore Society and Université de Bretagne.

Praise for Rosslyn and the Grail

“If you want to have one comprehensive book about Rosslyn, then Rosslyn and the Grail should be it . . . [Oxbrow and Robertson] should be the talking heads of choice that the media will need, come the release of The Da Vinci Code film (9/10)”

Fortean Times

“Rosslyn's extraordinary carvings explained at last . . . for the first time since the Middle Ages we can now read the chapel as it was meant to be read”

The Scotsman

“A rich story linking Arthurian legend with a remarkable Christian chapel, arrived at methodically on the basis of solid historical evidence”

The Herald

“The investigation is engrossing and the writers' accessible style means the reader is not lost in a sea of arcane details”

Derby Evening Telegraph

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