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  1. ^ a b c Dan Brown. The Da Vinci Code. p. 106.
  2. ^ Taking into account what Philippe de Cherisey stated in Circuit and in Pierre et Papier (Stone and Paper).
  3. ^ The document is attributed to Nicholas Beaucéan, which according to the French researcher Franck Marie (Rennes-le-Château: Etude critique, SRES, 1978, p. 202.) is a pseudonym for Pierre Plantard, and was produced by Pantard's colleague, Philippe de Cherisey; John Saul, Janice Glaholm, Rennes-le-Château, A Bibliography (Mercurious Press, 1985, p. 3).
  4. ^ Richard Andrews, Paul Schellenberger, The Tomb of God: The Body of Jesus and the Solution to a 2,000-Year-Old Mystery, Time Warner Paperbacks, 1997, p. 258.
  5. ^ Pierre Jarnac, Les Mystères de Rennes le Château: Mélanges Sulfureux, CERT, 1994, p. 11-15.
  6. ^ In Plantard's preface to Henri Boudet,La Vraie Langue Celtique et le Cromleck de Rennes-les-Bains, Éditions Pierre Belfond, 1978.
  7. ^ Attributed to Pierre Feugère, Louis Saint-Maxent and Gaston de Koker; Pierre Jarnac, Les Mystères de Rennes le Château: Mélanges Sulfureux, CERT, 1994, p. 3-10.
  8. ^ Jean-Luc Chaumeil, The Priory of Sion - Shedding Light on the Treasure and Legacy of Rennes-le-Château and the Priory of Sion (Avalonia, 2010)
  9. ^ Circuit, Bibliothèque Nationale, 1971, EL 4-Y-413. There are different versions of Philippe de Chérisey's Circuit in existence, belonging to private individuals.
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  11. ^ "Amédée". IMDb.
  12. ^ Philip Coppens, The Stone Puzzle of Rosslyn Chapel, Adventures Unlimited Press, 2004, p. 11. ISBN 1-931882-08-8
  13. ^ a b Richard Benishai, Saint Sulpice and the "Rose-Line".
  14. ^ Tim O'Neill, History versus The Da Vinci Code.
  15. ^ Sharan Newman, The Real History Behind The Da Vinci Code, Berkley Publishing Group, 2005, p. 268.
  16. ^ Paul Roumanet, Saint-Sulpice, Paroisse Saint-Sulpice, 2000 (English translation by Laurence Terrien), p. 23-26.
  17. ^ Paul Murdin, Full Meridian of Glory: Perilous Adventures In The Competition To Measure The Earth. pages 77-85 (Copernicus Books, 2009). ISBN 978-0-387-75533-5
  18. ^ Dan Brown, The Da Vinci Code, p. 567.
  19. ^ Mark Oxbrow, Ian Robertson, Rosslyn and the Grail, Mainstream Publishing Company, Edinburgh, 2005, p. 182.
  20. ^ Alan James, The Enduring Enigma of Rennes-le-Chateau.
  21. ^ Ptolemy's Almagest use the meridian through Alexandria as prime. Maimonides, Hilchot Kiddush Hachodesh 11:17, calls this point אמצע היישוב, "the middle of the habitation", i.e. the habitable hemisphere. Evidently this was a convention accepted by Arab geographers of his day.
  22. ^ Bill Putnam, John Edwin Wood, The Treasure of Rennes-le-Château, A Mystery Solved, p. 146 (Sutton Publishing, 2005; revised paperback edition, ISBN 0-7509-4216-9.
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