The Templars, the Hospitallers and the Crusades

Essays in Homage to Alan J. Forey
 
 
Routledge (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 18. Mai 2020
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  • 258 Seiten
 
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This book pays homage to the work of a scholar who has substantially advanced knowledge and understanding of the medieval military-religious orders. Alan J. Forey has published over seventy meticulously researched articles on every aspect of the military-religious orders, two books on the Templars in the Corona de Aragón, and a wide-ranging survey of the military-religious orders from the twelfth to the early fourteenth centuries. His archival research has been especially significant in opening up the history of the military orders in the Iberian Peninsula. This volume comprises an appreciation of Forey's work and a range of research that has been inspired by his scholarship or develops themes that run through his work. Articles reflect Forey's detailed research into and analysis of primary sources, as well as his work on the military orders, the crusades, the eastern Mediterranean, and the trial of the Templars. Further papers move beyond the geographical and chronological bounds of Forey's research, while still exploring his themes of the military-religious orders' relations with the Church and State.

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Helen J. Nicholson is Professor of Medieval History at Cardiff University, UK. She has published extensively on the military orders, crusades, and various related subjects, including an edition of the Templar trial proceedings in Britain and Ireland. She is currently studying the inventory and estate accounts from the Templars' estates in England and Wales during the years 1308-1313 and is also writing a history of Queen Sybil of Jerusalem (1186-1190).

Jochen Burgtorf is Professor of Medieval World History at California State University, Fullerton, US. His work encompasses the crusades, military orders, papacy, refugees, law, the Vikings, and world history. His publications include The Central Convent of Hospitallers and Templars (2008), as well as numerous articles in academic collections and journals.

Introduction

HELEN J. NICHOLSON AND JOCHEN BURGTORF

PART I The Iberian Peninsula, archives, and documents

1 The Iberian military-religious orders in the earliest papal registers of supplications, 1342-1362

KARL BORCHARDT

2 Pelayo Pérez Correa and the international ambitions of the Order of Santiago

ELENA BELLOMO

3 The identity of Hospitallers in the Crown of Aragon and economics (XII-XIII centuries)

MARIA BONET DONATO

4 Hospitallers, Templars, and the papacy in the twelfth century: the issue of historical agency

JOCHEN BURGTORF

PART II The Eastern Mediterranean

5 Descriptions of fighting, captivity, and ransom in the writings of Robert of Nantes, Patriarch of Jerusalem, in the mid-thirteenth century

SHLOMO LOTAN

6 Continuing the Continuation: Eracles 1248-1277

PETER EDBURY

7 Some observations on Hospitaller agricultural activities in the Latin East prior to the fall of Acre in 1291

JUDITH BRONSTEIN

8 Sergeants in the Rule of the Templars

LUIS GARCÍA-GUIJARRO RAMOS

9 Shared worship at Filerimos on Hospitaller Rhodes: 1306-1421

ANTHONY LUTTRELL

PART III The trial of the Templars and its after-history

10 The beard and the habit in the Templars' trial: membership, rupture, resistance

ALAIN DEMURGER

11 The Templar Order in public and cultural debate in France during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries

PHILIPPE JOSSERAND

PART IV Beyond Forey's foundations: the fourteenth, fifteenth, and sixteenth centuries

12 Cooking the books: the report of Philip de Thame and financial crisis in fourteenth-century Britain

CHRISTIE MAJOROS

13 Military order castles in the Holy Land and Prussia: a case for cultural history

GREGORY LEIGHTON

14 A crusade against the Poles? Johannes Falkenberg's 'Satira' (1412)

NORMAN HOUSLEY

15 Die welt ist kranck. The Teutonic Order and the Prussian Union at the court of Frederick III (1452/53)

JÜRGEN SARNOWSKY

16 What the Hospitaller said to the bishop

HELEN J. NICHOLSON

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