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Agnieten, The Amsterdam Chapter

Agnieten is the name of the former Dutch Chapter of the Order of Arcadium established in 1470. It is largely considered as one of the four Founding Chapters of the Order of Arcadium at its establishment in 1475. Agnieten was located on the site now known as the University of Amsterdam.   The original building no longer exists but the gate created in 1571 to commemorate 100 years of the Order of Arcadium.   It was from the Archives at Agnieten that the Theft of the Faithless took place in June of 1620.   Following the Absondern Edict in November of 1620 and the Reformation of the Archives in 1622, the Chapter went underground and was re-fashioned as the Athenaeum Illustre or "Illustrous School" in 1631.   The Oud Eeds, the documents which record the early history of Arcadium include a myth that the Dutch Chapter of Agnieten was not immediately closed and abandoned after the Absondern Edict because it was pivotal to the establishment of the Secret Archives.
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