Templars being burned at the stake inspired Dante to write his Inferno in the 1300s, which in turn led to Dan Brown's new novel. Yet perhaps even more intriguing is the now well-documented fact that most of the Templars survived these attacks on them. Many had come from noble families and had the resources to evade the reach of king and church. In time they gained a measure of revenge for the fiery deaths of their brothers, as told in these remarkable accounts of their lives. See the updated edition of this book: "Templars: The Rise, Fall & Survival of the Knights Templar."
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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
Descrizione libro Santorini Publishing. PAPERBACK. Condizione libro: New. 0983327955 New Condition. Codice libro della libreria NEW6.3284824