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C. G. Addison 
The History of the Knights Templars, the Temple Church, and the Temple 

C. G. Addison’s ‘The History of the Knights Templars, the Temple Church, and the Temple’ provides a comprehensive look at the famous Knights Templar order, their association with the Temple Church, and the history of the Temple itself. Written in a meticulous and detailed style, Addison’s work delves into the origins of the Knights Templars, their rise to power, and their ultimate downfall. The book is a valuable resource for scholars and history enthusiasts interested in medieval European history and the role of the Templars in shaping it. Addison’s writing is both informative and engaging, making complex historical events accessible to readers. The book is a scholarly examination of an intriguing chapter in history, shedding light on the mysteries surrounding the Templars. C. G. Addison, a respected historian and researcher, brings his expertise to this work, offering readers a well-researched and insightful account of the Templars and their legacy.
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Charles Greenstreet Addison (1812–1866) was an illustrious English barrister and historical writer, renowned for his seminal work on the medieval military-monastic order, the Knights Templar. Addison’s deep fascination with the chivalric and religious aspects of the Templars culminated in his most acclaimed book, ‘The History of the Knights Templars, the Temple Church, and the Temple’ first published in 1842. This comprehensive text traces the rise and fall of the Templar Order, delves into the history of the Temple Church in London, and explores the Temple area serving as the English headquarters for the Templars. With rigorous scholarship and a captivating narrative style, Addison’s work distinguishes itself by blending historical detail with the rich context of the Templars’ spiritual and military endeavors. It remains a key reference for historians and enthusiasts of medieval history, reflecting Addison’s rigorous research and passion for the era. His literary contributions extend beyond mere recounting of events, offering insights into the complex socio-political and religious tapestry of the time. Addison’s approach to history laid a foundation for later medieval scholarship, making his work an enduring fixture in the study of the Knights Templar.
Language English ● Format EPUB ● Pages 335 ● ISBN 8596547010531 ● File size 0.8 MB ● Publisher DigiCat ● City Prague ● Country CZ ● Published 2022 ● Downloadable 24 months ● Currency EUR ● ID 8414495 ● Copy protection Social DRM

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