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False knights and true blood: reading the traitor’s body in Medieval England June 20, 2012 By Medievalists.net  - http://www.medievalists.net/2012/06/20/false-knights-and-true-blood-reading-the-traitors-body-in-medieval-england/

False knights and true blood: reading the traitor’s body in Medieval England June 20, 2012 By Medievalists.net - http://www.medievalists.net/2012/06/20/false-knights-and-true-blood-reading-the-traitors-body-in-medieval-england/

Hugh, Count of Champagne - Wikipedia, His first recorded act, a monastic gift in 1094.. The act of his that resonated longest in history was his grant of lands in 1115 to the monk Bernard of the reformed Benedictines at Cîteaux—the Cistercians—in order to found Clairvaux Abbey, a .Bernard of Clairvaux. .. A deeply affectionate letter from Bernard to Hugh survives,[4] written in 1125, as Hugh went off for a third time[5] to fight in the Holy Land, joining the Knights Templar,

Hugh, Count of Champagne - Wikipedia, His first recorded act, a monastic gift in 1094.. The act of his that resonated longest in history was his grant of lands in 1115 to the monk Bernard of the reformed Benedictines at Cîteaux—the Cistercians—in order to found Clairvaux Abbey, a .Bernard of Clairvaux. .. A deeply affectionate letter from Bernard to Hugh survives,[4] written in 1125, as Hugh went off for a third time[5] to fight in the Holy Land, joining the Knights Templar,

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Operación Rey de Hierro, Felipe IV contra Jacques de Molay Gran Maestre de la Orden del Temple. La operación que dió lugar a la mala fama del Viernes 13

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