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From The Early Fourteenth Century To The End Of The Order

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Finally,sexual excess and unbridled avidity predominated in the Temple. Finally, there had to be continuous contact with the papal curia, which urged the utmost effort in applying the penalties against anyone who had attempted to aid the Templars. Finally, the inventory stated that other Templars were given grain and listed the expenses for the detention of three brethren imprisoned in Cremona. Also definitely from the area studied in this book were Rolando Lombardo di Torino, noted in the trial records together with Alberto Lombardo di Piacenza, Alberto di Castell'Arquato and, perhaps, Omodeo Lombardo. Finally, the transfer of the Templar possessions to the Hospital is attested to in Brescia by another three deeds.The first is dated 1364, the year in which Bonino da Vigevano, preceptor of the former Templar house, rented out a curia that was in the mansio district.

Keywords: brethreen; detention; excess; Fourteenth Century; Templar; Temple; unbridled avidity



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