The proceedings against the Templars in the British Isles: The translation
Helen J. Nicholson
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2011 - History - 653 pages
In October 1307 all the brothers of the military religious Order of the Temple in France were arrested and charged with heresy. In November, Pope Clement V instructed King Edward II of England to do likewise. This volume provides a full translation of the four surviving texts of the trial proceedings.
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The Proceedings Against the T emplars in the British Isles
OXFORD BODLEIAN LIBRARY MS BODLEY 454 MS
Names of the Templars sent to the Tower of London from various Counties
Twentyfour New Charges on which individual Templars were requestioned
Requestioning at London on Four Charges
Requestioning of the Templars at London on the remission and absolution
Charges which seem proven and warranted by the inquisitors with
Extracted from the proceedings of the bishop of Clermont conceming
Here begin the proceedings in Ireland brought against individual persons
Special inquisition against the Templars in Ireland
Extract from the Templars rule
Documents not Included in Oxford Bodleian Library MS Bodley 454 MS A
LoNDoN BRITISH LIBRARY ADDITIONAL MS 5444 FOLS 174r192r MS
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The Proceedings Against the Templars in the British Isles: The Latin Edition ...
Helen J. Nicholson
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