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This section of the book titled The Templar Order in North-west Italy presents the picture of Santa Maria di Isana in Livorno Ferraris. It shows the detail of façade and the south side. The section also shows the sketches of the tower of Santa Maria del Tempio in Piacenza. The book provides the first reconstruction of the Templar presence in North-west Italy. The trial records confirms the special nature of the Temple's establishment in North-west Italy where the vicissitudes of the Templars on trial were intertwined with local factionalism, and positive relations with lay and ecclesiastical authorities continued and in some places even defeated the charges levelled against the Order.

Keywords: north-west Italy; Santa Maria; Templar Order



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