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  dinsdag 26 september 2017 @ 16:54:05 #126
79262 Dwersdriever
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Was hier deze aardige podcast over de Tempeliers al genoemd? Een uitgebreid interview met de auteur van een nieuw boek waarin de geschiedenis van de Tempeliers op een rijtje wordt gezet.

http://www.historyextra.com/podcast/medieval/knights-templar

Hier wat meer informatie over het boek

https://www.theguardian.c(...)holy-warriors-review
We Came A Long Time Ago
Nine Nine Two - But You Did Not Know
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0s.gif Op dinsdag 26 september 2017 16:54 schreef Dwersdriever het volgende:
Was hier deze aardige podcast over de Tempeliers al genoemd? Een uitgebreid interview met de auteur van een nieuw boek waarin de geschiedenis van de Tempeliers op een rijtje wordt gezet.

http://www.historyextra.com/podcast/medieval/knights-templar

Hier wat meer informatie over het boek

https://www.theguardian.c(...)holy-warriors-review
Ah, dankje. Was nog niet gepost ^O^
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The Templars on trial: a very muted inquisition

Seven hundred years after they were charged with heresy, Helen J Nicholson considers the oddly understated legal dealings in the case against the military monks in Britain…

The arrest of the Templars, as shown by the Chroniques de France ou de St Denis in the late 14th century. (BRIDGEMAN ART LIBRARY)

Why did Templar brother Thomas Totty break out of Lincoln Castle in April 1310? Was it because he knew some dreadful secret about the Templars which he could not tell? Almost 15 months after his escape Thomas turned himself in to church officials at London, and accused his interrogators at Lincoln of intimidation. With hand on heart, inquisitor Abbot DieudonnÚ of Lagny had sworn by God’s Word that he would force Thomas to confess. Terrified, Thomas bribed the sheriff of Lincoln to release him, and walked out in broad daylight.

The Templars’ history was renowned: since the 1120s they had defended Christendom against Islam in the Holy Land and Spain, and protected pilgrims en route to Jerusalem and nearby holy sites. The sheriff probably did not believe that such men could be guilty of denying God, as Abbot DieudonnÚ claimed. But after the final destruction of the ‘crusader’ kingdom of Jerusalem in 1291, the Templars lost their main function. They were trying to organise a new crusade to the east when in October 1307 the Templars in France were arrested for heresy, accused of denying that Jesus is God, of spitting on the crucifix, not believing in the church sacraments, adoring a cat and a three-faced idol, and sodomy.

Under torture, the Templars in France admitted many of the charges. Pope Clement V tried to stop the trial, but was outmanoeuvred by the French king, Philip IV, who insisted that as the Templars had confessed, they were guilty. Those Templars who went back on their confessions, claiming that torture had forced them into false statements, were burned at the stake as relapsed heretics. But in Britain it was a different story.

There had never been a major heresy trial in Britain, and legal processes in Britain were quite different from those on the continent. King Edward II of England was reluctant to arrest the Templars. There were no torturers in Britain and the sheriffs, the king’s officials in each county who maintained law and order and who were responsible for the Templars after their arrest, would not co-operate with the inquisitors. No Templars were burned at the stake. The bishops in charge of the trial in Britain followed all the proper 
procedures, but without fanatical enthusiasm. The trial of the Templars in Britain was a very understated affair.

Amid contemporary speculation over Philip IV’s motives for arresting the Templars, the majority view outside France was that the French king needed the Templars’ money. Edward II of England was also desperately short of funds, thanks to the debts which his father, Edward I, had incurred. His father had also left him a legacy of discontented nobles in England and a war in Scotland. As a result, Edward needed all the outside support he could find. Yet his initial reaction to the accusations against the Templars was of utter disbelief. The Templars, he said, had always served the kings of England faithfully, and they had defended the Christians’ holy sites in the Holy Land.

bron: http://www.historyextra.c(...)ry-muted-inquisition
  dinsdag 26 september 2017 @ 18:45:28 #129
84418 Syd
The Good Die Young
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Is assassin creed series al voorbij geweest? Leuk spel en door dit topic maar eens weer spelen. Veel leuke interesante weetjes (hoewel ik de helft weer vergeten ben) maar volgens het spel gebaseerd op waarheden.

https://nl.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Assassin%27s_Creed:_Brotherhood
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1s.gif Op dinsdag 26 september 2017 18:45 schreef Syd het volgende:
Is assassin creed series al voorbij geweest? Leuk spel en door dit topic maar eens weer spelen. Veel leuke interesante weetjes (hoewel ik de helft weer vergeten ben) maar volgens het spel gebaseerd op waarheden.

https://nl.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Assassin%27s_Creed:_Brotherhood
Nog niet gezien op dit topic dus zeker leuk voor de gameliefhebbers ^O^
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1s.gif Op dinsdag 26 september 2017 18:45 schreef Syd het volgende:
Is assassin creed series al voorbij geweest? Leuk spel en door dit topic maar eens weer spelen. Veel leuke interesante weetjes (hoewel ik de helft weer vergeten ben) maar volgens het spel gebaseerd op waarheden.

https://nl.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Assassin%27s_Creed:_Brotherhood
Ik haakte wel af toen er aliens bij kwamen.
  zaterdag 21 oktober 2017 @ 10:34:22 #132
293036 DeMolay
Asmodeus & Me
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=18FgnFVm5k0&fmt=37&hd=1&autoplay=1
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Thanks, ff lezen
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