What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
RESOURCES AND MANPOWER
5 other sections not shown
Other editions - View all
The Military Orders from the Twelfth to the Early Fourteenth Centuries
Limited preview - 1992
Alfonso appear Aragon Aragonese king assigned Baltic region bishop brothers castles central convent chaplains chapter Christ Christian chronicler Church Cistercian claimed clerics commander concerning crusade Cyprus decreed defence districts donations early fourteenth century East established evidence example fighting force foundation French frontier regions further gained granted Holy Land Hospitaller master Iberian peninsula included infidel issued James kingdom of Jerusalem knightly knights later thirteenth century lay brethren leading orders Livonia manpower military orders monasteries Mountjoy Muslim noble obligations occasions officials order of Calatrava order of Santiago pagans papacy papal Peter of Dusburg Pope possessions provincial master Prussia received recruits religious reported revenues royal rule rulers secular sergeants similarly sought sources Spain St Thomas statutes strongholds surviving Swordbrethren Syria Templar Customs Templar trial Templars and Hospitallers Temple and Hospital Teutonic order thirteenth century Thomas of Acre troops twelfth and thirteenth twelfth century usually warfare western Christendom