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GEOFFREY of MONMOUTH. History of the Kings of Britain
http://www.medievalist.globalfolio.net/eng/g/geoffrey_monmouth/index.php

GILDAS. On the Ruin of Britain
http://www.medievalist.globalfolio.net/eng/g/gildas/index.php

RICHARD of DEVIZES. Chronicle of the deeds of Richard I
http://www.medievalist.globalfolio.net/eng/r/richard_devizes/index.php

GEOFFREY de VINSAUF. Itinerary of Richard I and others to the Holy Land
http://www.medievalist.globalfolio.net/eng/v/vinsauf/index.php

TORQUATO TASSO. Jerusalem Delivered
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: JOINVILLE, JOHN DE. Memoirs of Louis IX, King of France. ( )

"Livre des saintes paroles et des bons faiz de nostre saint roy Looÿs" (as author himself called it). John, Lord of Joinville, hereditary Seneschal of Champagne, was born between 1220 and 1228 A.D. and was only twenty-three when he joined King Louis's Crusade. In 1282 and 1297 he gave evidence to the enquiry into Louis IX's sanctity and on request of Joan of Navarre he produced an account of the king's holy words and good deeds. It was completed by 1309 and dedicated to the future king Louis X, as Joan of Navarre was by this time no longer alive. The seneschal died two years later, on 24 December 1317, at the age of at least 92. The manuscript that was given to Louis X has not survived. The oldest copy was found in the inventory of 1373 of the library of Charles V of France and now located in the Bibliothèque nationale de France. The present translation as indicated in the preface: "is by Colonel Johnes of Hafod, and is given entire, with all the notes which are really illustrative of the author."

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: ASSER OF SAINT DAVID'S. Annals of the reign of Alfred the Great From A.D. 849 to A.D. 887. ( )

"Vita Ælfredi regis Angul Saxonum". Edited by Dr. J.A. Giles. Originally composed in Latin, possibly sometime around 888 A.D. by Asser who is said to have been Bishop of St. David's, of Sherborne or of Exeter, in the time of king Alfred. This chronicle also known as "The Life of Alfred the Great" and describes the events of English history from A..D. 849 TO A.D. 887.
From editor's preface to the present edition:
Though most of the public events recorded in this book are to be found in the Saxon Chronicle, yet for many interesting circumstances in the life of our great Saxon king we are indebted to this biography alone. As the work has been edited by Petrie, so has it been here translated, and the reader, taking it upon its own merits, will find therein much of interest about our glorious king, concerning whom he will lament with me that all we know is so little, so unsatisfying.

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: LANCELOTT, FRANCIS, ESQ. Queens of England and their times. Vol.1. ( )

From editor's preface to the present edition:
These volumes contain the memorials of the Queens of England from the Norman Conquest to the death of Queen Adelaide, in 1849. The Memoirs are presented in chronologic order; and pains have been taken to render them truthful and life-like portraitures. The sayings, doings, manners of the royal ladies under notice, so far as reliable authorities have preserved them, have been impartially and faithfully chronicled; and those of their letters that were available, have been introduced.

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: MATTHEW OF WESTMINSTER. The flowers of history, especially such as relate to the affairs of Britain vol.1-2 ( - )

"Flores Historiarum per Matthaeum Westmonasteriensem collecti, praecipue de Rebus Britannicis ab Exordio Mundi vsque ad Annum Domini 1307." Translated C. D. Yonge, B.A.
The first edition published by archbishop of Canterbury, Matthew Parker in 1567. This chronicle extending from the Creation to 1235 - was initially composed by Roger of Wendover, a monk at St.Albans Abbey. Roger's work was rewritten, embellished and extended by another writers. One of them - Matthew of Westminster who continued this history to 1307.

vol.1
http://www.medievalist.globalfolio.net/eng/m/matthew-of-westminster-v1/index.php

vol.2
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: ROGER OF WENDOVER Flowers of history. The history of England from the descent of the saxons to A.D. 1235. vol.1-2 ( - )

"Flores Historiarum." Translated by Giles, J.A.
From the editor's preface:"The original work of Roger de Wendover has been lately edited by the Rev. II. O. Coxe, of the Bodleian library, for the English Historical Society, and from the text of that edition the present translation has been made. I have done my best to give the English reader, for the first time, a faithful idea of the Latin original..." This chronicle contains an abridged history of the world from the creation to the year 1235. Roger of Wendover was a monk St. Alban's abbey, where he died on the 6th of May, in the year 1237.

vol.1
http://www.medievalist.globalfolio.net/eng/r/roger-wendover-flowers-of-history-v1/index.php

vol.2
http://www.medievalist.globalfolio.net/eng/r/roger-wendover-flowers-of-history-v2/index.php
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: MAKRISI. The road to knowledge of the reigns of kings. ( - )

As stated in the editors Comments this is: "Extracts from an Arabian manuscripts entitled "ESSULOUK LI MARISET IL DUVEL IL MULOUK" ; that is to say, " The Road to Knowledge of the Reigns of Kings." It is the History of the Sultans Curdes-Eioubites, of the race of Saladin, and of the two Dynasties that have reigned in Egypt ; the one of Turkish slaves, known under the name of MAMELUKES-BAHARITES, the other of Circassians. This Work was composed by MAKRISI, who was born en the 769th year of the Hegira, or one hundred and twenty years after the expedition St. Louis." This chronicle was published as an Appendix to the Lord Joinville's "Memoirs of Louis IX, King of France."

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: ROSEBAULT, CHARLES J. Saladin. Prince of Chivalri. ( - )

Contents:

The Knighting of Saladin
God Wishes!
In and Around the Holy Land
Cities of Splendor
Paving the Way
From the Loins of Fighters
Sultan of Egypt
At Grips with the Envious
Entry into Syria
The Old Man of the Mountains
The Man Himself
A Night with the Sultan
The Sultan's Many Duties
Saladin the Munificent
Preparations for the Holy War
The Battle of Hattin
On to Jerusalem
Fortune No Longer Kindly
Fighting at Acre
Saladin and Richard
Destruction of Ascalon
Coming to Terms
Death of Saladin

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: BESANT W. PALMER E. Jerusalem, the city of Herod and Saladin
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INTRODUCTORY
THE SIEGE OF JERUSALEM
FROM TITUS TO OMAR
THE MOHAMMED AN CONQUEST
THE CHRISTIAN PILGRIMS
THE FIRST CRUSADE
KING GODFREY
KING BALDWIN I
KING BALDWIN II
KING FULKE
KING BALDWIN III. AND THE SECOND CRUSADE
KING AMAURY
KING BALDWIN THE LEPER
KING GUY DE LUSIGNAN
RICHARD COEUR DE LION AND THE THIRD CRUSADE
SALADIN
THE MOHAMMEDAN PILGRIMS
THE CHRONICLE OF SIX HUNDRED YEARS
MODERN JERUSALEM

ON THE POSITION, OF THE SACRED SITES
I N D E X

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ADDISON Ch. The history of the Knights Templars, Temple Churche, and the Temple

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http://www.medievalist.globalfolio.net/eng/a/addison-history-of-templars-temple/_content.php

Content:

CHAPTER I.

Origin of the TemplarsThe pilgrimages to JerusalemThe dangers to which pilgrims were exposedThe formation of the brotherhood of the poor fellow soldiers of Jesus Christ to protect themTheir location in the TempleA description of the TempleOrigin of the name TemplareHugh de Payens chosen Master of the TempleIs sent to Europe by King BaldwinIs introduced to the PopeThe assembling of the Council of TroyeeThe formation of a rule for the government of the Templare .. Page 1

CHAPTER II.

The most curious parts of the rule displayedThe confirmation of the rule by the PopeThe visit of Hugh de Payen, the Master of the Temple, to England His cordial receptionThe foundation of the Order in this country Lands and money granted to the TemplarsTheir popularity in Europe The rapid increase of their fraternity St. Bernard takes up the pen in their behalfHe displays their valour and piety .. 15

CHAPTER III.

Hugh de Payens returns to PalestineHis deathRobert de Croon made MasterSuccess of the InfidelsThe second CrusadeThe Templars assume the Red CrossTheir gallant actions and high disciplineLands, manors, and churches granted them in EnglandBernard de Tremelay made MasterHe is slain by the InfidelsBertrand de Blanquefort made MasterHe is taken prisoner, and sent in chains to AleppoThe Pope writes letters in praise of the TemplarsTheir religious and military enthusiasmTheir war banner called BeauseantThe rise of the rival religio-military order of the Hospital of St. John .. 36

CHAPTER IV.

The conteste between Saladin and the TemplarsThe vast privileges of the TemplarsThe publication of the boll, omne datum optimumThe Pope declares himself the immediate Bishop of the entire OrderThe different classes of TemplarsThe knightsPriestsServing brethrenThe hired soldiersThe great officer* of the TemplePunishment of cowardiceThe Master of the Temple is taken prisoner, and dies in a dungeonSaladin's great successesThe Christians purchase a truceThe Master of the Temple and the Patriarch Heraclius proceed to England for succourThe consecration of the TEMPLE CHURCH at LONDON .. 60

CHAPTER V.

The Temple at LondonThe vast possessions of the Templars in EnglandThe territorial divisions of the orderThe different preceptories in this country The privileges conferred on the Templars by the kings of EnglandThe Masters of the Temple at LondonTheir power and importance ..81

CHAPTER VI .

The Patriarch Heraclìus quarrels with the king of EnglandHe returns to Palestine without succourThe disappointments and gloomy forebodings of the TemplarsThey prepare to resist SaladinTheir defeat and slaughter The valiant deeds of the Marshal of the TempleThe fatal battle of TiberiasThe captivity of the Grand Master and the true CrossThe captive Templars are offered the Koran or deathThey choose the latter, and are beheadedThe fall of JérusalemThe Moslems take possession of the TempleThey purify it with rose-water, say prayers, and hear a sermonThe Templars retire to AntiochTheir letters to the king of England and the Master of the Temple at LondonTheir exploits at the siege of Acre .. 114

CHAPTER VII.

Richard Coeur de Lion joins the Templars before AcreThe city surrenders, and the Templars establish the chief house of their order within itCoeur de Lion takes up his abode with themHe sells to them the island of Cyprus The Templars form the van of his armyTheir foraging expeditions and great exploitsCoeur de Lion quits the Holy Land in the disguise of a Knight TemplarThe Templars build the Pilgrim's Castle in PalestineThe state of the order in EnglandKing John resides in the Temple at London- The barons come to bun at that place, and demand MAGNA CHART AThe exploits of the Templars in EgyptThe letters of the Grand Master to the Master of the Temple at LondonThe Templars reconquer Jerusalem. ..141

CHAPTER VIII.

The conquest of Jerusalem by the CarizmiansThe slaughter of the Templars, and the death of the Grand MasterThe exploits of the Templars in Egypt King Louis of France visits the Templars in PalestineHe assists them in putting the country into a defensible stateHenry II., king of England, visits the Temple at ParisThe magnificent hospitality of the Templars in England and FranceBenocdar, sultan of Egypt, invades PalestineHe defeats the Templars, takes their strong fortresses, and decapitates six hundred of their brethrenThe Grand Master comes to England for succourThe renewal o f the warThe fall of Acre, and the final extinction of the Templars in Palestine .. 163

CHAPTER IX.

The downfall of the TemplarsThe cause thereofThe Grand Master comes to Europe at the request of the PopeHe is imprisoned, with all the Templari) in France, by command of king PhilipThey are put lo the torture, and confessions of the guilt of heresy and idolatry are extracted from themEdward II. king of England stands up in defence of the Templars, but afterwards persecutes them at the instance of the PopeThe imprisonment of the Master of the Temple and all his brethren in EnglandTheir examination upon eighty seven horrible and ridiculous articles of accusation before foreign inquisitors appointed by the Popecouncil of the church assembles at London to pass sentence upon themThe curious evidence adduced as to the mode of admission into the order, and of the customs and observances of the fraternity..193

CHAPTER X.

The Templars in France revoke their rack-extorted confessionsThey are tried as relapsed heretics, and burnt at the stakeThe progress of the inquiry in EnglandThe curious evidence adduced as to the mode of holding the chapters of the orderAs to the penance enjoined therein, and the absolution pronounced by the MasterThe Templars draw up a written defence, which they present to the ecclesiastical councilThey are placed in separate dungeons, and put to the tortureTwo serving brethren and a chaplain of the order then make confessionsMany other Templars acknowledge themselves guilty of heresy in respect of their belief in the religious authority of their MasterThey make their recantations, and are reconciled to the church before the south door of Saint Paul's cathedralThe order of the Temple is abolished by the PopeThe last of the Masters of the Temple in England dies in the TowerThe disposal of the property of the orderObservations on the downfall of the Templars .. 239

CHAPTER XI .

THE TEMPLE CHURCH.
The restoration of the Temple ChurchThe beauty and magnificence of the venerable buildingThe various styles of architecture displayed in itThe discoveries made during the recent restorationThe sacrariumThe marble piscinaThe sacramental nichesThe penitential cellThe ancient Chapel of St. AnneHistorical matters connected with the Temple ChurchThe holy relics anciently preserved thereinThe interesting monumental remains . 289

CHAPTER XII.

THE TEMPLE CHURCH.
THE MONUMENTS of THE CRUSADERThe tomb and effigy of Sir Geoffrey de Magnaville, earl of Essex, and constable of the TowerHis life and death, and famous exploitsOf William Marshall, earl of Pembroke, Protector of EnglandOf the Lord de RoesOf 'William and Gilbert Marshall, earls of PembrokeOf William Plantagenet, fifth son of Henry the ThirdThe anxious desire manifested by king Henry the Third, queen Eleanor, and various persons of rank, to be buried in the Temple Church .. 309

CHAPTER XIII.

THE TEMPLE.
Antiquities in the TempleThe history of the place subsequent to the dissolution of the order of the Knights TemplarsThe establishment of a society of lawyers in the TempleThe antiquity of this societyIts connexion with the antient society of the Knights TemplarsAn order of knights and serving brethren established in the lawThe degree of frere serjen, or frater serviens, borrowed from the antient TemplarsThe modern Templars divide themselves into the two societies of the Inner and Middle Temple .. 343

CHAPTER XIV.

THE TEMPLE.
The Temple GardenThe erection of new buildings in the TempleThe dissolution of the order of the Hospital of Saint JohnThe law societies become lessees of the crownThe erection of the magnificent Middle Temple Hall The conversion of the old hall into chambersThe grant of the inheritance of the Temple to the two law societiesTheir magnificent présent to his MajestyTheir antient orders and customs, and antient hospitalityTheir grand entertainmentsReader's feastsGrand Christmasses and RevelsThe fox-hunt in the ballThe dispute with the Lord MayorThe quarrel with the custos of the Temple Church .. 973
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FROISSART JOHN. Chronicles of England, France, Spain and the adjoining countries from the latter part of the reign of Edward II to the coronation of Henry IV in 12 volumes.

Vol.1
http://www.medievalist.globalfolio.net/eng/f/froissart-chronicle-v1/index.php

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FRIEDERICH WERNER. The Templars in Cyprus

From editor's preface to the present edition:
In the "Templar in Cyprus" Werner ascribes to a Carmelite body, calling themselves "Sons of the Valley", the downfall of the Templar fraternity, designed with a view to the establishment of a more extended system of a mysticism (which he calls the "Valley of Peace"); to make way for which the poem hints that the Templars are to be destroyed. Werner was a Freemason, and his religious notions, of which he makes "SIR ROBERT" the mouthpiece, where at the date of his writing this poem, of a theosophic order. In fact he aimed, at that time at establishing a New Religion of his own invention; though ultimately he became a Priest, and preached in Roman Catholic pulpits.

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BLOSS C.A. Heroines of the Crusades
Auburn-Rochester, 1853

From autor's preface to the present edition:
In some measure to supply a deficiency which common history cannot obviate, to make the period of the Crusades interesting, by giving to it the tangible thread of authentic narrative, these biographies of the " Heroines" who inspired the troubadour, animated the warrior, or in person " took the cross," have, with much care and labor, been selected and compiled.

http://www.medievalist.globalfolio.net/eng/b/bloss-heroines-of-the-crusades/index.php

CONTENT

ADELA OF BLOIS

ELEANOR OF AQUITAINE

BERENGARIA OF NAVARRE

ISABELLA OF ANGOULEME

VIOLANTE OF JERUSALEM

ELEANORA OF CASTILE

FIRST CRUSADE , A . D . 1090

SECOND CRUSADE , A . D . 1147

THIRD CRUSADE , A . D . 1187

FOURTH CRUSADE , A . D . 1198

FIFTH CRUSADE , A . D . 1203

SIXTH CRUSADE , A . D . 1215

SEVENTH CRUSADE , A , D . 1249

EIGHTH CRUSADE , A . D . 1272
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