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Author: Frederick James Furnivall
Publisher: B. Franklin
Category: Great Britain
"Remains of the other version of Sir Generides in the Library of Trinity College, Cambridge": p. xxv-xxxvi.
He surrounded Roger's camp during the night of the 27th of June in the Pass of Sarmada. The next morning he destroyed Roger's 700 knights and 3,000 foot-soldiers. Roger was killed, and only two of his knights survived the massacre.
Author: Charles Dillon
The Knights Templars began as a nine-man team of well-intentioned noblemen who became warrior monks which were dedicated to escorting pilgrims to the Holy land. For sustenance, they relied on alms from the pilgrims. Follow the monk warriors as they became a multitude, the Order of the Poor Knights of Christ and the Temple of Solomon, and went on the Crusades to battle the Moslems for the hold sites of Jerusalem and the Holy Land. See them battle the Moslems as they lay siege to strongholds and cities of Acra, Antioch, Haifa, and others on their march to Jerusalem. Relive the scenes of bloody battles and massacres, some, which they won, and others they lost. You will meet the heroic figures of Bohemund I, King Baldwin of Jerusalem, Robert of Normandy, Stephen of Blois, Richard the Lion Heart, and Saladin as they conduct war. Within two centuries they could defy all but the Papal throne. They were immune from any authority, and were destroyed because of their enormous wealth and seemingly unlimited power. When they returned home to their Chapters after their defeat in the Holy land, they invented the banking system and became money lenders to the monarchs of Europe. Learn how the secret meetings and rituals of the knights eventually caused their down fall. King Philip IV of France turned his greedy eyes to their wealth to fill his coffers. He had all the Templars arrested on a charge of heresy, since this was the only charge that would allow the seizing of money and assets. The Templars were tortured to obtain false confessions of homosexuality, sodomy, trampling and spitting on the cross, and worshiping an idol. The Last Master Templar, Jacques De Molay, was burned at the stake. Some historians believe the remnants of the order went underground and has survived.
There have been altogether nearly 700 Knights of whom fifty - three have persons whose high merits had previously raised them to the higher degrees of the Peerage . From the reign of Elizabeth until the accession of our present Gracious ...
Author: Sourindro Mohun Tagore
Category: Orders of knighthood and chivalry
Châtillon's unworthy brother , Guy Count of St. Pol , commanded 700 knights in the sixth “ battle , ” and next in order came an overwhelming mass of 5,000 knights under such leaders as the Counts of Eu , Aumale , and Tancarville .
Category: Early English newspapers
The "Gentleman's magazine" section is a digest of selections from the weekly press; the "(Trader's) monthly intelligencer" section consists of news (foreign and domestic), vital statistics, a register of the month's new publications, and a calendar of forthcoming trade fairs.
Vertot gives their brutal conquerors . the number of forces under the command of the Grand When the smoke of battle cleared away La Vallette saw Master as 700 Knights , besides Serving Brothers , and from the tower the Crescent floating ...
... about 5,700 men: 700 knights drawn from all over Christendom,500 mercenaries from Crete, 500 Genoese, 50 Venetians, and 4,000 men-at-arms from other places. The knights did what they could to prepare for the attack.
Author: Spencer C. Tucker
With more than 1,100 cross-referenced entries covering every aspect of conflict in the Middle East, this definitive scholarly reference provides readers with a substantial foundation for understanding contemporary history in the most volatile region in the world. • Provides more than 1,100 A–Z entries on various military, political, and social topics connected with conflict in the Middle East • Features contributions from approximately 200 distinguished scholars and independent historians from a variety of disciplines • Devotes a full volume to key documents relevant to conflict in the Middle East throughout history • Includes more than 100 illustrations depicting conflict in the Middle East, plus dozens of maps depicting major geopolitical relationships, large scale military operations, and individual battles on land and sea
At a later cations were constructed by the joint labours period we find the island mentioned as a of Knights ... number that could be opposed to these was not long before the Knights were able to 700 Knights and 8,500 Maltese soldiers .
An important use of knights , and which long continued the profession , was the feudal obligation attached to all land , “ that a specified ... Thus , Thomas à Becket had 700 knights as PART of his household , besides 1200 stipendiary ...
Category: Great Britain
We are told that Baldwin's force consisted of between 200 and 700 knights, most probably towards the lower end of that range. The latter figure is very high relative to what we know about manpower in the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem at ...
Author: Steve Tibble
Publisher: Yale University Press
A new look at the crusaders, which shows how they pursued long-term plans and clear strategic goals Medieval states, and particularly crusader societies, often have been considered brutish and culturally isolated. It seems unlikely that they could develop “strategy” in any meaningful sense. However, the crusaders were actually highly organized in their thinking and their decision making was rarely random. In this lively account, Steve Tibble draws on a rich array of primary sources to reassess events on the ground and patterns of behavior over time. He shows how, from aggressive castle building to implementing a series of invasions of Egypt, crusader leaders tenaciously pursued long-term plans and devoted single-minded attention to clear strategic goals. Crusader states were permanently on the brink of destruction; resources were scarce and the penalties for failure severe. Intuitive strategic thinking, Tibble argues, was a necessity, not a luxury.
KNIGHT : upon the incredible . ... of Oc- lost 18,500 killed or wounded , and 7800 prisoners . tober , 1806 , 250,000 men were engaged , with 700 - KNIGHT's Eng . , vol . ... Knight's March ( 1862 ) General Beauregard teleEng . , vol .
Author: Charles Eugene Little
Publisher: Detroit : Gale Research Company
Category: Quotations, English