Monthly Archives: May 2014

Deeds Done Beyond the Sea

A new collection of ‘Crusades’ papers has just been published. Deeds done beyond the Sea: Essays on William of Tyre, Cyprus and the Military Orders presented to Peter Edbury, edited by Susan Edgington and myself is published by Ashgate Publishing in … Continue reading

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The 700th anniversary of the Templars’ demise: continued

In yet another event commemorating the 700th anniversary of the final end of the Templars, next week Theresa Vann, Paul Crawford and I are giving papers on ‘The Aftermath of the Templars’ at the 49th International Congress on Medieval Studies at Western … Continue reading

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The Templar Economy in Britain and Ireland: Workshop report

The workshop last Saturday at Blaydes House in Hull went extremely well. First point: Blaydes house is a beautiful old merchant’s house, with beautiful high-ceiling’d rooms, perfect for a workshop of this sort. Every University should have a resource like … Continue reading

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