The military orders in Wales and the Welsh March in the Middle Ages

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Nicholson, Helen Jane;
  • Publisher: Ashgate
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Based on the paper which opened the international conference 'The Military Orders: Politics and Power' at Cardiff University in September 2009, this surveys the history, properties and role of the Hospitallers and Templars in Wales and the Welsh March during the Middle ... View more
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    1230;10 a few surviving charters of donation, some of which are in the Golmamorgan c .

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    of the Order of the Hospital of St John of Jerusalewmw (no place, 1996); H.J. Nicholson, w

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