PROCESSUS CONTRA TEMPLARIOS PDF

The Knights Templar Absolution at Amazon. It is quite likely that the contents of this two volume set of facsimile documents with transcripts, translations and commentaries were misunderstood. Contrary to what many people at the time thought, it did not present any ground breaking information about the trial of the Knights Templar. However, some of the documents that were published in this edition had not been easily accessible previously: such as the contents of Register Avignonese 48 where some of the records pertaining to the trial were misfiled. The gist of this entire collection of documents is that Pope Clement V carried out his own investigation regarding the possible guilt of the Knights Templar.

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The Knights Templar Absolution at Amazon. It is quite likely that the contents of this two volume set of facsimile documents with transcripts, translations and commentaries were misunderstood. Contrary to what many people at the time thought, it did not present any ground breaking information about the trial of the Knights Templar. However, some of the documents that were published in this edition had not been easily accessible previously: such as the contents of Register Avignonese 48 where some of the records pertaining to the trial were misfiled.

The gist of this entire collection of documents is that Pope Clement V carried out his own investigation regarding the possible guilt of the Knights Templar. Preliminary results allowed him to grant absolution to many individual members of the Order, including some high ranking officials.

The real value of this publication is in providing a conclusive record of papal examinations and presenting all of the existing relevant documents as a whole. Given this objective, a facsimile edition was probably the right thing to do. However, the cost of the two volumes close to 6, euros made them somewhat inaccessible.

The few libraries that own a copy of the set keep it in their special depositories for rare and valuable books. It is difficult to say whether that was by design or by choice. The actual edition is, of course, very nice. A bit too heavy to handle, it is exquisitely crafted using the best materials Italy has to offer.

Facsimiles of medieval parchments have a genuine feel to them. The cost of producing them must have been considerable. There is, however, one serious flaw, in my opinion, that brought down the entire effort down a notch. The text was not well edited. After spending only an hour working with the edition I discovered 3 typos. Keep in mind that I am not a trained proof reader!

Take a look at this phrase from one of the articles that accompany the original documents the text is by B. Nobody who was responsible for editing the text did. And word processors are not always reliable. I am well aware that typos are nearly impossible to avoid. We are all human, after all. Still, if you can swing that much money, go ahead and buy a copy on eBay or some place like that… But I may have to wait for a paperback.

Hopefully the typos will be fixed!

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“Processus contra Templarios”: Beautiful and full of typos.

Five high-ranking members of the Order, including its Grand Master Jacques de Molay, were also supposed to be delivered to the Curia, but they were diverted to Chinon less than 60 miles away from Poitiers. After the Knights Templar present in Poitier were questioned and confessed their sins generally following the lines of their previous testimonies given to French inquisitors they were granted plenary absolution by the Pope on July 2, The Pope arranged for three cardinals to visit Chinon as his plenipotentiaries. This allowed Clement V to finalize another stage of addressing the issue of the Knights Templar trials. An investigation was carried out by agents of the Pope to verify claims against the accused in the castle of Chinon in the diocese of Tours. According to this document and another Chinon Parchment see below , Pope Clement V instructed cardinals to conduct the investigation of the accused Knights Templar.

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