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Dungeon, fire, and sword : the Knights Templar in the crusades

Author: John J Robinson
Publisher: New York : M. Evans & Co., ©1991.
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History of the Knights Templar, the Christian warrior monks who occuped the scared Temple Mount in Jerusalem after the First Crusade.
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Robinson, John J.
Dungeon, fire, and sword.
New York : M. Evans & Co., c1991
(OCoLC)700983067
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John J Robinson
ISBN: 0871316579 9780871316578
OCLC Number: 24174493
Description: xiv, 494 p. : maps ; 24 cm.
Contents: Holy war (1052-1099) --
The kingdom of Jerusalem (1100 to 1118) --
The knight of the temple (1118 to 1139) --
Allahu Akbar! --
St. Bernard's Crusade (1126 to 1148) --
The breach at Ascalon (1149 to 1162) --
The coming of Saladin (1163 to 1174) --
The horns of Hattin (1174 to 1187) --
The fall of Jerusalem (1187) --
Frederick of Barbarossa (1187 to 1190) --
The Lion Heart (1190 to 1191) --
Impasse (1191-1192) --
The sons of Saladin (1193 to 1199) --
A crusade against the Christians (1200 to 1204) --
The Albigensian Crusade (1205 to 1214) --
A cardinal sin (1215 to 1229) --
The emperor Frederick (1221 to 1229) --
The disorder of the temple (1229 to 1239) --
Tibald of Champagne (1239 to 1240) --
Triumph and tragedy (1241 to 1247) --
The man who would be saint (1244 to 1250) --
King-of-the-hill (1250 to 1261) --
The Khan of Khans (1167 to 1260) --
The revenge of Baibars (1260 to 1274) --
The pope of good intentions (1271 to 1274) --
A kingdom coming apart (1275 to 1289) --
The fall of Acre (1289 to 1305) --
"Jesus wept" (1292 to 1305) --
Friday the thirteenth (1306 to 1307) --
A faith to die for (1307 to 1311) --
The destruction of the temple (1311 to 1314) --
Legacy.
Responsibility: John J. Robinson.

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History of the Knights Templar, the Christian warrior monks who occuped the scared Temple Mount in Jerusalem after the First Crusade.

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