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Templars and Hospitallers as professed religious in the Holy Land

Jonathan Simon Christopher Riley-Smith

Templars and Hospitallers as professed religious in the Holy Land

by Jonathan Simon Christopher Riley-Smith

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Published by University of Notre Dame Press in Notre Dame, Ind .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Templars -- History -- To 1500,
  • Hospitalers -- History -- To 1500,
  • Military religious orders -- History,
  • Mediterranean Region -- History -- 476-1517

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementJonathan Riley-Smith.
    SeriesThe Conway lectures in medieval studies
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCR4743 .R55 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23697222M
    ISBN 100268040583
    ISBN 109780268040581
    LC Control Number2009035058

    The Poor Fellow-Soldiers of Christ and of the Temple of Solomon (Latin: Pauperes commilitones Christi Templique Salomonici), also known as the Order of Solomon's Temple, the Knights Templar or simply the Templars, were a Catholic military order founded in , headquartered on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem through when they went to the Vatican and were recognised in by the papal Active: c.  – c.    The Templars: The Rise and Spectacular Fall of God’s Holy Warriors by Dan Jones is published by Head of Zeus (£25). To order a copy for £, go to .

    This book pays homage to the work of a scholar who has substantially advanced scholarship on the medieval military religious orders. Alan J. Forey has published over seventy meticulously researched articles on every aspect of the military religious orders, two books on the Templars in the Corona de Aragón, and a wide-ranging survey of the. Riley-Smith, Jonathan Simon Christopher, ‒ Templars and Hospitallers as professed religious in the Holy Land / Jonathan Riley-Smith. p. cm. — (The Conway lectures in medieval studies) Includes bibliographical references and index. isbn (pbk.: Size: 1MB.

      (, 4th edition ), The First Crusade and the Idea of Crusading (), The Crusades: A History (, 2nd edition ), The First Crusaders, (), The Crusades, Christianity and Islam () and Templars and Hospitallers as Professed Religious in the Holy Land .   The reorganization of the Knights Hospitaller into a military occurred partially due to the rise of the Templars. This order was established in for the protection of pilgrims to the Holy Land and was immensely popular. In order to compete with the Templars for support, the Hospitallers imitated the military role of their rivals, which soon Author: Dhwty.


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Templars and Hospitallers as professed religious in the Holy Land by Jonathan Simon Christopher Riley-Smith Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Templars and the Hospitallers were the two earliest and most famous of the major Military Orders of the Roman Catholic Church from the early twelfth to the middle of the thirteenth century.

In this book, Jonathan Riley-Smith attends to the Templars’ and Hospitallers’ primary role as religious orders, not as military phenomena or economic powerhouses. The Templars and the Hospitallers were the two earliest and most famous of the major Military Orders of the Roman Catholic Church from the early twelfth to the middle of the thirteenth century.

In this book, Jonathan Riley-Smith attends to the Templars' and Hospitallers' primary role as religious orders, not as military phenomena or economic by: 2. Templars and Hospitallers as Professed Religious in the Holy Land.

"In this book, Jonathan Riley-Smith provides an approachable and expert introduction to the two most famous and most active military orders, the Knights Templar and Knights Hospitaller, and their activities in the Levant.4/5. Intriguing, and perhaps more likely, is Riley-Smith's implication that because the Templars began as knights and the Hospitallers as religious (61), the Hospitallers were more comfortable and therefore more successful as a religious order, but this too needs more exploration.

It was the Hospitallers’ broader religious mission of service to the poor and sick which situated it far more centrally within the Christian mainstream, Riley-Smith argues, and enabled it to survive the early 14th-century crisis which largely swept the Templars from : Salvador Ryan.

Templars and Hospitallers as Professed Religious in the Holy Land Jonathan Riley-Smith "In this book, Jonathan Riley-Smith provides an approachable and expert introduction to the two most famous and most active military orders, the Knights Templar and Knights Hospitaller, and their activities in the Levant.

Templars and Hospitallers as Professed Religious in the Holy Land by Dixie Professor of Ecclesiastical History Jonathan Riley-Smith,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.4/5(14).

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Download Citation | Templars and Hospitallers as Professed Religious in the Holy Land (review) | Jonathan Riley-Smith, Dixie Professor Emeritus of Ecclesiastical History at the University of. TEMPLARS AND HOSPITALLERS AS PROFESSED RELIGIOUS IN THE HOLY LAND Jonathan Riley-Smith “In this book, Jonathan Riley-Smith provides an approachable and expert introduction to the two most famous and most active military orders, the Knights Templar and Knights Hospitaller, and their activities in the Levant.

Templars and Hospitallers as Professed Religious in the Holy Land, by Jonathan Riley-Smith (Notre Dame, Indiana: University of Notre Dame P., ; pp.

xiii +) Jonathan Riley-Smith has a. But the French king Philip IV was in debt to the Templar order and, with the holy land lost, he capitalized on their vulnerability and had the Templars arrested in France on Friday October 13 Author: Patrick Masters.

Review of: Templars and Hospitallers as Professed Religious in the Holy Land. By Jonathan Riley-Smith, University of Notre Dame, ). Templars and Hospitallers as Professed Religious in the Holy Land. By Jonathan Riley-Smith. [The Conway Lectures in Medieval Studies.] (Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press.

xii, $ paperback. ISBN ). Templar, also called Knight Templar, member of the Poor Knights of Christ and of the Temple of Solomon, a religious military order of knighthood established at the time of the Crusades that became a model and inspiration for other military orders.

Originally founded to protect Christian pilgrims to the Holy Land, the order assumed greater military duties during the 12th century. In this book, Jonathan Riley-Smith attends to the Templars' and Hospitallers' primary role as religious orders, not as military phenomena or economic powerhouses.

In a prologue, four chapters, and an epilogue, Riley-Smith discusses the origins of the orders in dedication to the protection of pilgrims to the Holy Land (Templars) and to the care of the poor and the sick among them (Hospitallers).

The Templars and the Hospitallers were the two major Military Orders of the Roman Catholic Church from the early twelfth to the middle of the thirteenth century. This title discusses the origins of the orders in dedication to the protection of pilgrims to the Holy Land (Templars) and to the care of the poor and the sick among them (Hospitallers).

Knights Hospitaller. The Order of Knights of the Hospital of Saint John of Jerusalem (Latin: Ordo Fratrum Hospitalis Sancti Ioannis Hierosolymitani), commonly known as the Knights Hospitaller or the Order of Saint John, was a medieval and early modern Catholic military ance: Papacy.

Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Templars and Hospitallers as Professed Religious in the Holy Land (Conway Lectures in Medieval Studies) at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users/5. The book covers the founding of the Templars from its spectacular fundraising to its tawdry end.

In between you see how the Templars mission changed from protecting pilgrims in the Holy Land to warfare and then to banking and financial services/5.

Fighting in the Crusades – winning and losing. Like the Knights Templar, the Hospitallers fought alongside secular knights in the Crusades. The Templars in battle were identifiable by their distinct white mantles with red crosses. The Hospitaller knights.

The Knights Templar was a large organization of devout Christians during the medieval era who carried out an important mission: to protect European travelers visiting sites in the Holy Land.

In this book, Jonathan Riley-Smith attends to the Templars' and Hospitallers' primary role as religious orders, not as military phenomena or economic powerhouses. In a prologue, four chapters, and an epilogue, Riley-Smith discusses the origins of the orders in dedication to the protection of pilgrims to the Holy Land (Templars) and to the care Author: Juan DeJesus.