Templars being burned at the stake inspired Dante to write his Inferno in the 1300s, and led to Dan Brown’s new novel. Other recent discoveries reveal a deeper and richer story of the Templars, as told here through the lives of extraordinary people who lived during those times. The intriguing mysteries of the Templars are explored and some are resolved, including the source of Templar wealth and power overseen by green-robed clerics. The possible links to other groups such as Hospitallers and Masons are also explored. Attacked by kings and the Vatican in 1307, many of the surviving Templars refused to surrender and chose to live in secrecy. This act of disobedience began rebellious activities that hurried the fall of kings and the splitting of the Catholic Church. Recovered manuscripts and records now bring these people to life—their difficult choices, relationships, defeats and triumphs. These are real people, real events, and fascinating adventures among knights and ladies, combats and courts, younger sons and noble families.
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Sanford Holst is the noted historian who wrote Amazon’s #1 book on the Phoenicians—the people who helped build Solomon's Temple. The papers he presented at universities in the USA and overseas resulted in his being elected to the prestigious Royal Historical Society in England. As a Knight Templar and master of a research lodge he was able to obtain access to manuscripts not normally seen by the public. He explored archives and historic sites from Scotland to the Holy Land, and benefited from the work of local experts. His informative websites are read by more than half a million people each year.
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Descrizione libro Santorini Publishing, 2013. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria P110983327955