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12c NOTE Crusader Jerusalem_Part2

12c NOTE Crusader Jerusalem_Part2 - Dome of the Ascension...

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Dome of the Ascension Crusader Capitals Great Easter Pilgrimage Pilgrim Itinerary throughout the country Holy Sepulcher at Easter Holy Fire/Light
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Monasticism Monasticism Monasticism
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Military Orders Combines the two great medieval ideals knighthood, monasticism Milites Christi = “knights of Christ” Hospitallers (Knights of St. John) militarized in 1113 1798 Templars 1118 1312 Teutonic Knights 1190 1291 Seal of the Templars Templum Domini (“Temple of the Lord”)
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Templum Domini (“Temple of the Lord”) Dome of the Rock interior: circumambulation The Rock (Fondation Stone)
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Rock as Crusader Altar Templars as Monks Templars as Warriors
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Templar Tombstone Destruction of the Templars Neo-Templar Mythology Originates in mid-eighteenth century Secret knowledge or treasure discovered in caves under Solomon’s Temple Templars survive as secret organization after the destruction of the Order Templars are the foundation of all sorts of modern mystical groups Dan Brown, Da Vinci Code
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