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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
page 242

•C. II. m». TLafLiM ix rrric*. Remainder of the King geometrical, ilapti/od with wisdom, I* lutilicl through strength, Friend of the lord, who showed Himself to In in, And grnuted him the signet of hi* power. Kiss him for the last time ! [The Arnirri bow iVtr. The LEADS* holds out the head for fieh one to kirn. So !—now to earth i ii Id him till that seed in honour rise ttit-li we have sown in bitterness and |min. lit lowers the head into the open vault, hi hr r..r- rt « th the j\ig%tome. This transaction, in which he it at-titted by some of the younger ADEPTS, it performed in complete tilenee. The remaining ADEPT* look on with handt crossed over the breast, ami reverently bowed heads. Solemn pause. MoLAT (glinting to the ttone). rest thee hero for ever ! —lint, ye swear 'hit none shall henceforth lift the stone again !— First WAT UMAX (sharjdy and earnestly to him). Iadst thou, no less, for this momentous step authority ? i ^ Li at it. I had. (lie says nonet hing in hit ear ; then to the •thers.) What now 1 do 1 will account for in the Vnlley. [The ADEPTS LOW reverently—Holding out to them that side of his mantle on which it the Cross. Swear ! The ADEPT* (each laying two lingers on the Cr «-). i e sw car ! LEADER (to the youngest ADEPT). Give to the lamp its own !

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