The iconic Knights Templar and Knights Hospitaller were driving forces throughout the long history of the European crusades in the Holy Land (1096–1297). Knights of the Cloister examines these two orders closely, using original charters and manuscripts to describe and detail their activities in southern France, their heartland.
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Dominic Selwood is a historian and barrister. He is a bestselling author and novelist, and frequent contributor to national newspapers, radio and television.
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