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English town named Baghdad by the Knights Templar

The Knights Templar named a town in England after the Iraqi city of Baghdad because they associated it with prosperity in the 12th century

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Helen Nicholson describes Templar everyday life!

Helen Nicholson talks about her book The Everyday Life of the Templars – a look at how the Templars lived and worked

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You could own a Templar commanderie

I was contacted today by a real estate agent asking if any of you would be interested in buying a genuine 12th century Templar commanderie in France – the idyllic Dordogne to be exact. READ MORE: Were the Templars the…

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Knights Templar farm opens in England

Saddlescombe is a Templar farm that shows us how the knights made money from farming to finance the crusades

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Templar banking – wasn’t that sinful?

Christians in the Middle Ages were discouraged from moneylending but Templar banking flew in the face of all that with the knights becoming very rich

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Templars and the ‘white slave trade’

The disturbing truth that the Knights Templar appear to have traded in slaves

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