Freemasonry - group of fraternal organizations; originates from 14th-c. stonemason fraternities; members are initiated into 3 levels (Apprentice, Fellowcraft, Master Mason); organized into lodges, supervised by a Grand Lodge, but with no worldwide governing body. Article "Freemasonry" in English Wikipedia has 96.5 points for quality (as of April 1, 2022).
The article contains 171 references and 21 sections.
This article has the best quality in Persian Wikipedia. However, this article is the most popular in English version.
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In March 2022 the article "Freemasonry" was edited by 15 authors in English Wikipedia (4855th place) and written by 81 authors in all languages (1164th place).
Since the creation of article "Freemasonry", its content was written by 1672 registered users of English Wikipedia (1224th place) and edited by 8504 registered Wikipedia users in all languages (300th place).
The article is cited 8023 times in English Wikipedia (2104th place) and cited 35312 times in all languages (4038th place).
The highest Authors Interest rank from 2001:
- Local (English): #18 in November 2001
- Global: #21 in November 2001
The highest popularity rank from 2008:
- Local (English): #77 in September 2009
- Global: #56 in August 2010
There are 53 language versions for this article in WikiRank database (of the considered 55 Wikipedia language editions).
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