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Index Of Places

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This index presents a list of places that are mentioned in the book titled The Central Convent of Hospitallers and Templars History, Organization, and Personnel (1099/1120-1310). The entries are arranged in alphabetical order from A to Y. The conventual officials' collective participation in decision-making had an impact far beyond the headquarters. Together, they advised the master with regard to personnel appointments and major transfers of property. The conventual leadership played a key role in legal transactions. The analysis of the Hospitallers' charters shows that, in the twelfth century, a nuclear group-consisting of the preceptor, the Hospitaller, and the treasurer-often appeared in the witness lists, and this nuclear group continued its work in the thirteenth century. The charters also reflect the Hospitallers' transformation into a military order.

Keywords:conventual leadership; Hospitallers' charters; Templars history



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