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CHARLES G. ADDISON, ESQ. The history of the Knights Templars, Temple Church, and the Temple

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CHARLES G. ADDISON, ESQ.
The history of the Knights Templars, Temple Church, and the Temple
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90 THE KKIQHTS TEMPLAES. The Templars likewise possessed lands and estates in the Balearic Isles, which were under the management of the Prior or Preceptor of the island of Majorca, who was subject to the Grand Preceptor of Aragon. GERMANY AND HUNGABY.—The houses most known in this territorial division of the order are those in the electorate of Mayence, at Homburg, Assenheim, Rotgen in the Rhingau, Mongberg in the Marché of Brandenbourg, Nuitz on the Rhine, Tissia Altmunmunster near Ratisbon in Bavaria, Bamberg, Middlebourg, Hall, Brunswick, &c. &c. The Templars possessed the fiefs of Rorich, Pausin and Wildenheuh in Pomerania, an establishment at Bach in Hungary, several lordships in Bohemia and Moravia, and lands, tithes, and large revenues, the gifts of pious German crusaders.* GREECE.—The Templars were possessed of lands and had establishments in the Morea, and in several parts of the Greek empire. Their chief house was at Constantinople, in the quarter called "Ομόνοια, where they had an oratory dedicated to the holy martyrs Marin and Pentaleon.+ PRANCE.—Th e principal preceptories and houses of the Temple, in the present kingdom of France, were at Besancon, Dole, Salins, à la Romagne, à la ville Dieu, Arbois in Franche Comté. Bomgarten, Temple Savigné near Corbeil, Dorlesheim near Molsheim, where there still remains a chapel called Templehoff, Ribauvillier, and a Temple house in the plain near Bercheim in Altace. * Script, rer. Germ. torn. ii. coL 684. Annales Minonua, torn. vi. p. 5, 95, 177. Sueviu and Vertenbcrgia sacra, p. 74. Annal. Tinelli, ρ, 1 CU. Notitire episcopates Middelb.p. 11. Scrip, de rebus ilarchi» Brandeburg,p. 13. Jventìmaannal, lib. vii. cap. 1. η, 7. Gall, christ, nov. torn. viii. col. 138Î ; torn. i. col. 1129. t Constantinopolie Christiana, lib. iv. p. 167. Î Hist, do rEglisc de Besancon, torn. ii. p. 307, 421, 450,474, 445, 47«, 509, & c


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