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FRIEDERICH WERNER The Templars in Cyprus


Sir John Froissart's Chronicles of England, France, Spain and the Ajoining Countries from the latter part of the reign of Edward II to the coronation of Henry IV in 12 volumes 

Chronicles of Enguerrand De Monstrelet (Sir John Froissart's Chronicles continuation) in 13 volumes 

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The Templars in Cyprus
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ACT I. SCENE I. Forecourt of the Temylar-H'tue; IN the baekgnmiol tli Chufh,to the right of which wlj-àn* the yt unjinùhcl buttling f the Sa-riity wrrounilcJ by icaffnlding, toth-- I ft the C'UtU of the Ortler. Before the Church, the tlitue of the ii'i'jrti Saviour trith the jlag of victory. Karly morning. The bell « i. mh to mat! ». Temfibirt anil peoj)le cnttit the stage, man* Coining ut of the ('Lurch, ami mine going in. A Knight Temjihtr mol n Pro ft thus MER/. KXK.IIT TEMPI AK. p RAISE IJO to Jesus Christ ! PRIEST. Eternally ! [They g^ together intothe Church. AsTRA-LlsapyroiiehtJi, carrying a mendicant'i lag, and Jressol in bright yellow.1 ASTRALIS (Alone). Soon will tho jubilant sun pour forth his rays, Tho little boll of morning rings him greeting.— Author of Life, I also give theo praise ! Soon, Robert, will thy feet, to forest fleeting, 1 It » »« only in later l men, and in the Wwt, that tho ecclesiastical Anchorite-garb became ilark in colour. The early Christian Anchorite* and Cénobites of the Kast, as in the l'/ryptian Thebaid and *o f rth, were brightly clad in yellow, blue, 4c. &c.

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