Lux Lucis Templum
Lux Lucis Templum
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Location Mount Theon,
Temple, Erwynn,
Ilefain
Affiliation Church of Light
Construction ?-?
Creator ?
Associated Figures the Hierophant

The Lux Lucis Templum (loox loochis temp-lehm) is an ancient church and holy site, considered the most sacred site to the Church of Light. It is located on Mount Theon in Temple and is one of the oldest constructions in Nora. The site's significance stems from religious traditions regarding the grave of St. Lydia, at its heart.

The Templum has the largest interior of any church in Nora. It holds a unique position in the Church of Light and is the greatest of all churches of Nora.

It is the burial site of St. Lydia. Tradition and some historical evidence hold that Saint Lydia's tomb is directly below the altar of the Templum. For this reason, many Hierophants have been interred at the Templum.

The Templum is famous as a place of pilgrimage, for its liturgical functions and for its historical associations. As a work of architecture, it is regarded as the greatest building of its age.

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