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X The Temple and Heavenly Ascents
IX The Presence of the LORD
in the Temple
VIII Temple Textiles:
Veils and Vestments
VII Mary and the Temple
VI The Temple in the
Johannine Writings
V The Temple Hidden
in the Bible
IV The Paradisiac Temple.
From First Adam to Last
III The Holy Anointing Oil
II Temple Music:
Meaning and Influence
I Melchizedek in Scripture,
Tradition and Liturgy
  Symposium VIII: Temple Textiles: Veils and Vestments


Symposium VIII was held on Saturday 14 June 2014, 10am-4pm, in the King's College Chapel, London, a short distance from the Temple Church.


Bruce Clark of the Economist, whose family are long-established linen manufacturers   The meaning of linen in the Temple.

Dr Margaret Barker, Temple Studies Group


The blue, the purple and the scarlet. The making and meaning of the coloured fabrics in the Temple.

Bishop Geoffrey Rowell

  'The barest alphabet of reverence'- vestments and Victorian ritualism.
David Gazely of Watts and Co   How vestments are made today



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