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Author: Malcolm Barber; A K Bate
Publisher: Manchester ; New York : Manchester University Press ; New York : Distributed exclusively in the U.S.A. by Palgrave, 2002.
Series: Manchester medieval sources series.
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Templars.
Manchester ; New York : Manchester University Press ; New York : Distributed exclusively in the U.S.A. by Palgrave, 2002
(OCoLC)606859400
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Malcolm Barber; A K Bate
ISBN: 0719051096 9780719051098 071905110X 9780719051104
OCLC Number: 50102101
Description: xiv, 350 pages : maps ; 23 cm.
Contents: I. Foundation and privileges. Foundation. 1. William of Tyre (early 1180s) ; 2. Michael the Syrian (early 1190s) ; 3. Walter Map (between 1181 and 1193) ; 4. Ernoul (early 1190s) --
The first rule. 5. Latin Rule of 1129 --
Initial doubts. 6. Letter of Hugh 'Peccator' to the Templars in the East (c. 1128) --
Papal privileges. 7. Omne Datum Optimum (29 March 1139) ; 8. Milites Templi (9 January 1144) ; 9. Militia Dei (7 April 1145) --
II. Warfare and politics. 10. French Rule (c. 1165) --
Outremer. 11. The attack on the Assassin envoy (1173): William of Tyre ; 12. The attack on the Assassin envoy (1173): Walter Map ; 13. Grant of the castle of Ahamant by King Amalric of Jerusalem (17 January 1166) ; 14. Jacob's Ford (Beit al-Ahzan): William of Tyre (1179) ; 15. Athlit (Pilgrims' Castle): Oliver of Paderborn (1217-18) ; 16. Rebuilding of the castle of Safad (1241-44) --
Iberia. 17. Grant of the castle of Grañena by Raymond Berenguer III, Count of Barcelona and Provence (14 July 1130) ; 18. Grant of the castles of Monzón, Mongay, Chalamera, Barbará, Corbins and Remolins by Raymond Berenguer IV (27 November 1143) --
Letters from the East. 19. Geoffrey Fulcher, Preceptor of the Temple, to King Louis VII of France (1164) ; 20. Philip of Plessis, Master of the Temple, to Arnold, Abbot of Cîteaux (19 June 1202) ; 21. Thomas Bérard, Master of the Temple, to Amadeus of Morestello, Treasurer of the Temple in England (4 March 1260) --
Crusading plans in the early fourteenth century. 22. The report of James of Molay (1306-7) --
III. Religious and charitable functions. Devotional literature and objects. 23. The vision of St. Paul written for Brother Henry of Arcy (between c. 1160 and c. 1180) ; 24. Templar relics at Acre: Antonio Sicci of Vercelli (1 March 1311) --
Religious life. 25. French Rule (before 1187) ; 26. French Rule (between 1257 and 1267) --
Pilgrims and hospitals. 27. Financing a Pilgrimage from Zaragoza (October 1135) ; 28. The pilgrimage of Pons Lautier of Colonzelle (June 1160) ; 29. Grant of a hospital and chapel near Testona (undated, but perhaps 1196) ; 30. Carriage of pilgrims from Marseille (3 October 1233) --
Churches. 31. Grant of the right to celebrate offices in an area under interdict within the diocese of Angers (probably between 1144 and 1149) ; 32. Anticipatory grant of churches in Portugal (April 1147) ; 33. Grant to maintain a priest and a lamp in the church at Santiago (November 1215) --
Remembrance. 34. Obituary of the Temple at Reims (1160s to 1307) --
IV. Human and material resources. Donations and recruitment. 35. The will of Alfonso I, King of Aragon and Navarre (October 1131) ; 36. Grant of Otardo (16 June c. 1145) ; 37. Grant in exchange for sustenance (22 May 1167) ; 38. The will of Raymond of Albas (5 March 1169) ; 39. Entry as lay brothers at Pertusa (December 1176) ; 40. Burial in Templar ground (August 1228) ; 41. Grant of Sulec̜in by Mrotsek (1244) --
Economic development. 42. Colonisation in Navarre (1134-50) ; 43. Grant of a deserted village in Castile (November 1146) ; 44. Tithe concession in the diocese of Zaragoza (15 July 1147) ; 45. Grant of serfs, confirmed by themselves (31 March and 4 April 1165) ; 46. The operation of mills on the River Aude (14 March 1166) ; 47. Agreement between the Templars and the Hospitallers over their respective rights in the crusader states (February 1179) ; 48. Irrigation rights in Huesca (May 1216) ; 49. Leasing of a tile factory (January 1242) ; 50. Colonisation by Moorish settlers at Villastar (15 July 1267) ; 51. Charter of a Genoese ship at Famagusta (25 February 1300) --
Surveys. 52. Inquest of the Templar lands in England (Essex) (1185) ; 53. Inventories of Templar property in Normandy (13 October 1307) --
Financial services. 54. Loan to William of Torre and his wife, Estefania (1180-88) ; 55. Gathering crusading taxes (24 July 1220) ; 56. Deposit of jewels by James I of Aragon at Monzon (20 February 1240) ; 57. Papal tenth deposited at the Temple in Paris (21 October 1281) ; 58. Loan to Robert of Artois (27 August 1281) --
V. Attitudes towards the Templars. 59. Letter of Guigo, Prior of La Grande Chartreuse, to Hugh of Payns (c. 1129) ; 60. Bernard of Clairvaux, In praise of the new knighthood (1130s) ; 61. Letter to Peter the Venerable to Everard of Les Barres, Master of the Temple (c. 1150) ; 62. Pope Honorius III orders the prelates of Sicily to protect the Hospitallers and the Templars (24 November 1218) ; 63. Poem of Ricaut Bonomel (1265) ; 64. The reply of James of Molay to Pope Clement V concerning the proposal to unite the Orders of the Temple and the Hospital (1306-7) ; 65. William Le Maire, Bishop of Angers, Advice to the Council of Vienne (April 1312) --
VI. The trial. 66. Letter to Clement V to Philip IV (24 August 1307) ; 67. Order for the arrests (14 September 1307) ; 68. Letter of Clement V to Philip IV (27 October 1307) ; 69. Depositions of the Templars at Paris (October-November 1307) ; 70. Letter of Esquin of Floyran to James II of Aragon (21 January 1308) ; 71. Questions of King Philip IV to the masters of theology at the University of Paris and their reply (January-March 1308) ; 72. Report of John of Burgundy to King James II of Aragon (30 May 1308) ; 73. Episcopal inquiry at Clermont (4-10 June 1309) ; 74. Proceedings of the Papal Commission at Paris (November 1309 to June 1311) ; 75. Deposition of Ceccus Nicolai Ragonis of Lanzano, Templar serving brother (28 April 1310) ; 76. Papal bull, Vox in excelso (22 March 1312) ; 77. Papal bull, Ad providam (2 May 1312) ; 78. Letter of the Hospitallers to King Philip IV (21 March 1313) ; 79. Letter of the Hospitallers to King Louis X (14 February 1316).
Series Title: Manchester medieval sources series.
Responsibility: translated and annotated by Malcolm Barber and Keith Bate.
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