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Unconfirmed Houses

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It should be pointed out though that this geographical order is not strictly kept, given that the list begins with the preceptorship of Asti and then goes on to the Marchia Trivixana. The document then goes on to list the more or less adjacent houses one after the other. The fact that the house of Nizza is listed between Acqui and Casale Monferrato could mean that it was in the district of Monferrato rather than the coastal area. One of the witnesses to the sale was the Templar Ugo. The first attestation to Santa Maria sopra Olcio is the granting of papal protection by Eugene III in 1145. The Order's possessions in this area are listed in the trial inventory.. Also, one of the witnesses referred to in this charter was the Templar Anselmo.

Keywords: geographical; inventory; order; perceptorship; Templar; Unconfirmed Houses; witnesses



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