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The Military Orders Volume IV

On Land and By Sea

Edited by Judi Upton-Ward

© 2008 – Routledge

256 pages

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Table of Contents

Contents: Introduction, Jonathan Riley-Smith; Part I General Issues: Milites ad terminum in the military orders during the 12th and 13th centuries, Alan Forey; Recent issues in Polish historiography of the Crusades, Darius von Güttner Sporzynski; A comparison of health at a village and a castle in the kingdom of Jerusalem during the 12th century, Piers Mitchell; Competition between the military-religious orders in Central Europe, c.1140–c.1270, Karl Borchardt; The military orders and the Chronicle of Morea, Kristian Molin; The military orders and their navies, Jürgen Sarnowsky; A new chronology for the Scandinavian branches of the military orders, Christer Carlsson; The Portuguese military orders and the oceanic navigations: from piracy to empire (15th to early16th centuries), Luís Adão da Fonseca. Part II Specific Issues: Ecclesiastical reform and the origins of the military orders: new perspectives on Hugh of Payns' letter, Luis García-Guijarro Ramos; The Hospital of St John, the bedroom of caritas, Myra Bom; The layout of the Jerusalem hospital in the 12th century: further thoughts and suggestions, Denys Pringle; The reputation of Gerard of Ridefort, Malcolm Barber; The London and Paris temples: a comparative analysis of their financial services for the kings during the 13th century, Ignacio de la Torre; Murder in the preceptory? The strange case of Peter of Valbéon, preceptor of the Hospitaller house of St Naxient (Dordogne), 1277–1304, David Bryson; The Teutonic knights during the Ibelin-Lombard conflict, Nicholas Morton; Hospitaller estate management in the medieval kingdom of Hungary (13th to 14th centuries), Zsolt Hunyadi; Aspects of non-noble family involvement in the Order of the Temple, Jochen Schenk; Templar trial testimony: voices from 1307 to 1311, Anne Gilmour-Bryson; Funerary monuments of Hospitaller Rhodes: an overview, Anna-Maria Kasdagli; The search for the defensive system of the Knights in Southern Rhodes, Michael Heslop; Regulations concerning the reception of Hospitaller milites in the first half of the 15th century, Pierre Bonneaud; The Hospitallers and the Catholic kings of Spain, 1474–1516, Carlos Barquero Goñi; The 15th-century maritime operations of the Knights of Rhodes, Theresa M. Vann; The priory of Vrana: the Order of St John in Croatia, H.J.A. Sire; Encounters with the 'other': the Hospitallers and the Maltese before the great siege of 1565, Emanuel Buttigieg; Building biographies. Graffitti, architecture and people at the Hospitaller preceptory at Ambel (Zaragoza), Spain, Christopher Gerrard and Robert Dauber; A man with a mission: a Venetian Hospitaller on 18th-century Malta, Victor Mallia-Milanes; Select bibliography; Index.

About the Editor

Judi Upton-Ward is an Independent Scholar researching the Crusades and Ottoman history.

About the Series

The Military Orders

Proceedings of the London Centre for the Study of the Crusades, the Military Religious Orders and the Latin East

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HISTORY / General