Ars Quatuor Coronatorum (AQC)
Quatuor Coronati’s Transactions are known as Ars Quatuor Coronaturum or ‘AQC’
Published annually since 1886, Ars Quatuor Coronaturum is the longest continuously running Masonic Research Journal in the world. Collectively, AQC’s volumes form a repository of Masonic history and research, and are regarded as one of the most important sources available. A list of past articles can be found here.
The Transactions is required reading for anyone interested in Masonic history or considering researching an article for presentation and/or publication. In addition to research papers and articles, AQC includes reviews of the latest books on the history of Freemasonry and details the contents of other Masonic journals.
The volume is elegantly produced as a blue clothbound hardback book. (Limited edition versions in red binding have been discontinued.) Older volumes are rare and may command a high price in the secondhand market. Full sets are available in the world’s principal research and reference libraries. The only way to ensure that you receive your copy of AQC is to maintain your membership – we keep a small stock of back issues but these often sell out quite quickly.
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