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The Da Vinci Code
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  • Rosslyn Chapel—often called the Cathedral of Codes—stands seven miles south of Edinburgh, Scotland, on the site of an ancient Mithraic temple.
  • Their short flight from London to Edinburgh had been restful, although neither of them had slept for the anticipation of what lay ahead.

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  • Born: Edinburgh, Scotland.
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