The Military Orders: On land and by sea
Malcolm Barber, Judith Mary Upton-Ward
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 1994 - History - 292 pages
The regular conferences on the military orders held in London - together with others which meet in Italy, France and Poland - are expressions of a huge growth in interest in the subject throughout the world. The articles in this volume, a selection of the papers held at the 4th London conference, testify to the quality of the work being done.
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The Hospital of St John the Bedroom of Caritas
The Reputation of Gerard of Ridefort
Murder in the Preceptory? The Strange Case of Peter of Valbéon
Hospitaller Estate Management in the Medieval Kingdom
Voices from 1307 to 1311
The Search for the Defensive System of the Knights
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