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Brethren Persecuted 鈥 Part 3
[11 Aug 2010 | 2 Comments | ]
Part Three: The Curse of Jacques de Molay
By Stephen Dafoe
The following article was originally written for Knight Templar Magazine, the official publication of the Grand Encampment of knights Templar (USA)
In August of 1308, Pope Clement V had issued a papal bull calling for a general church council to be held at Vienne in October of 1310. The purpose of the council was to try the matter of the heinous charges levelled against the Templars by King Philip IV of France.
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Brethren Persecuted #8211; Part 1
[8 Aug 2010 | 2 Comments | ]
The First Templar (Trailer)
[17 Jun 2010 | No Comment | ]
To catch a Tudor by smallGRAND
[15 Jun 2010 | No Comment | ]
Chivalry for Children Program
[11 Jun 2010 | 4 Comments | ]
Templar History
Articles on the history of the Knights Templar.
Templar Mysteries
Speculative articles on unanswered questions about the Templars.
Modern Templars
Articles about modern day Templar groups.
The Crusades
Articles about the Crusades.
Reviews amp; Interviews
Reviews on Templar books, movies, videos and interviews with authors and researchers.
Headline, Templar History raquo
Brethren Persecuted 鈥 Part 3
[11 Aug 2010 | 2 Comments | ]
Part Three: The Curse of Jacques de Molay
By Stephen Dafoe
The following article was originally written for Knight Templar Magazine, the official publication of the Grand Encampment of knights Templar (USA)
In August of 1308, Pope Clement V had issued a papal bull calling for a general church council to be held at Vienne in October of 1310. The purpose of the council was to try the matter of the heinous charges levelled against the Templars by King Philip IV of France.
Headline, Templar History raquo
Brethren Persecuted Part 2
[9 Aug 2010 | 3 Comments | ]
Part Two: Revenge Destroys Everything
By Stephen Dafoe
They spit on the Holy Cross, these Knights Templar. Not only do they deny the divinity of Christ during their reception, they do not even worship God Almighty, but a graven idol instead.
These accusations, well known to many Templars, were the words of a renegade member of the Order named Esquin de Floryan, who 鈥 according to some accounts #8211; had been imprisoned and subsequently made his claims known to his fellow inmates out of revenge.
Featured, Templar History raquo
Brethren Persecuted #8211; Part 1
[8 Aug 2010 | 2 Comments | ]
By Stephen Dafoe
On 28 May, 1291 the Templars relinquished their fortified compound to the Mamlukes who had been besieging the port city of Acre for the past six weeks. The Mamlukes had actually breached the city walls ten days earlier, but the Templars were the last to leave the field, a situation that was a long-standing tradition with the Order.
The loss of Acre was not merely another crusader defeat, for the port had been home to the Templars and Hospitallers for nearly a century; having been captured by Richard the Lionheart on 12 July, 1191.
Featured, Templar Miscellania raquo
The First Templar (Trailer)
[17 Jun 2010 | No Comment | ]
Those who are fans of Assassins Creed will get the opportunity to battle on the other side of the field. Kalypso Media is looking to release their new game early in 2011 for PC and Xbox 360. They #8217;ve recently released the trailer for The First Templar.
Headline, Templar History raquo
The Siege of Ascalon
[17 Jun 2010 | 2 Comments | ]
On 25 January 1153 the Commander of the City of Jerusalem, along with the ten knights under his command, was guarding the True Cross as an army of Templars, Hospitallers, seculars and ecclesiastics made the march toward Ascalon. The massive army arrived at the walls of the port city with as many siege towers as King Baldwin could gather for the war that lay ahead.
Ascalon was situated on the Mediterranean coast and its fortifications were like a half circle; the radius on the shoreline and the semicircle on the landside facing eastward. William of Tyre described the city as being like a basin, that sloped seaward, girded round with artificial mounds, on which were built walls, studded with towers. The stone work, according to William鈥檚 account was held together with cement, which made them very strong. There were also four gates in the circuit of the city鈥檚 walls and one wall was flanked by two high towers.
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To catch a Tudor by smallGRAND
[15 Jun 2010 | No Comment | ]
Our friends at smallGRAND have released another of their comedic videos. This one has Henry VIII being caught in a sting operation by Dateline #8217;s Chris Hansen, who examines renaissance sexual mores.
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Chivalry for Children Program
[11 Jun 2010 | 4 Comments | ]
鈥淐hivalry is dead.鈥 I鈥檝e heard that a thousand times. I鈥檝e said it myself. You鈥檝e probably said it, too. But thinking about it, I鈥檝e realized that what people generally mean is 鈥淐ourtesy isn鈥檛 what it used to be.鈥 That鈥檚 a statement I can agree with. But then I still read Emily Post鈥檚 鈥淏lue Book鈥, wear hats, and know enough to take them off in elevators and in the presence of ladies (defined as any woman at least 14 years old who haven鈥檛 proven that they are not ladies). In any event, that is a discussion for another time.
Chivalry is not dead. It is my contention that wherever an individual is willing to put their life, their fortune or their sacred honor on the line for someone else, Chivalry lives.
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