The Templars in Lincolnshire


Interesting news article HERE from the Scunthorpe Telegraph about the Templars in Lincolnshire – a county in eastern England. It name checks Bottesford Preceptory, one of several Templar estates in the county. A Preceptory, by the way, was a Templar manor and would include farms, mills, workshops, living quarters, a great hall and a chapel. There was a vast network of Preceptories across Europe stretching from Wales to the Holy Land.

Lincoln cathedral

Lincoln cathedral – well worth a visit by Templar fans!

Templar preceptories in Lincolnshire included Witham and Aslackby as well as Great Limber and Temple Bruer. It must be said that today’s remains give little away – in some cases, there’s nothing left. Temple Bruer, for example, was used for military exercises but you’ll only find a farmyard there now.

If you are planning a visit to Lincolnshire, you do have the splendid medieval cathedral at Lincoln and nearby medieval buildings to sate your interest in this period of history.

If you have any further information about the Knights Templar in Lincolnshire – do share!

2 thoughts on “The Templars in Lincolnshire

  1. Scott says:

    It is the Magdalene with the Christ in the Heavens for all to see!

  2. Scott says:

    The pentagram is the symbol of the five point conjunction of Venus with the sun or to the point the Goddess with the Sun/”SON”.Venus Goddess of Love with God ie:Sacred Feminine and Sacred Masculine written in the Heavens.

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