Scottish Royal Arch
The Royal Arch is the main side degree practiced in Anglo-Saxon Freemasonry. Its tradition dates back to Ancient Freemasonry and this degree was originally not recognized by the Grand Lodge of London (the Moderns). It is now practiced in different ways by English, Scottish, Irish and American Freemasons, which differ not only in the rituals used, but also in the Masonic Regalia worn during ceremonies.
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