Sankt-Gallen is a city in Switzerland, famous for its Benedictine abbey and its enormous library.

Following the instructions of Jesuit Brother Matthius, Henry Jones visited the town and the abbey in 1920 in order to research the writings of St. Hildegard of Bingen. The manuscript had a line of music with the annotation "The Tunes to open the Tomb", which Jones believed referred to the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem. He also noted some illuminations of twelve images that matched 15th rather than of 12th century art which outlined the keys to the tomb of Sir Richard.


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