The Knights Templar and Scotland

The Knights Templar and Scotland

by Robert Ferguson


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The Knights Templar and Scotland by Robert Ferguson

Now available in paperback, the first book to chronicle the history of the Knights Templar in Scotland, from 1127 to the present, with a new theory on Templar participation at the Battle of Bannockburn
Places and books such as Rosslyn Chapel and The Da Vinci Code have focused attention on Scotland's Knights Templar. Who they were and what they did has been touched upon, but never properly explored. Close advisors to Scotland's early kings, they were major property owners and respected landlords in a harsh and unforgiving time. But they were also secretive and arrogant. Did they flee to Scotland just prior to their arrest on October 13, 1307? Did they fight with Robert the Bruce at Bannockburn in 1314? And how did the Templars continue on after Bannockburn? This book intertwines Templar and Scottish history, beginning with an overview of the Templars, and then applying this to Templar life in Scotland. It describes the Templar arrests in France and contrasts this with the Templar Inquisition at Holyrood, then following the Templars from Bannockburn to the present.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780752493381
Publisher: The History Press
Publication date: 09/01/2013
Edition description: Reprint
Pages: 192
Sales rank: 372,548
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.60(d)

About the Author

Robert Ferguson is an attorney who was invested into the Knights Templar, Grand Priory of the Scots in 1998 and is the Priory's Avocat. He is also a former regional vice-president of the Clan Ferguson Society of North America. He lives in Claremont, California.

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