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What are the best books about the Knights Templar?
So, my favorite thing to read is probably medieval historical fiction. Well, maybe it is Star Trek. But the next best thing to me is to read lots and lots of medieval historical fiction. The Middle Ages are awesome. But first, a question: When you think about the Middle Ages, what do you picture?
Our editors independently research, test, and recommend the best products; you can learn more about our review process here. We may receive commissions on purchases made from our chosen links. Unfortunately, many dwell on the myths that have sprung up around the story of the warrior monks, and some are downright shoddy with respect to accuracy. The books presented here are all well-researched, historically factual accounts of the actual events, practices, and people involved with Templar history. The definitive history of the Templars from the foremost Templar historian, The New Knighthood is engaging and enjoyable as well as informative and enlightening. From the mysterious origins of the organization and the concept of a militarized monastic society to the demise of the order and its enduring myth through the ages, Barber offers well-referenced, scholarly examinations of the evidence and a lucid, flowing narrative of events.
Posted on July 25, by Tony McMahon. Five books that transport you back to the world of the Knights Templar — capturing the sense of time and place, bringing to life the mysteries and secrets.
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We are experiencing technical difficulties. Please try again later. What if powerful forces on both sides of the law launched a ruthless, no-holds-barred pursuit to get their hands on it? Order in Chaos. Warned of the plot, Sir William St. There, with his men deprived of everything they valued and held dear at home, he will lead them into battle as Templar Knights one last time in defiant support of a king who is not their own, but who has earned their trust.