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Templars In America by Tim Wallace-Murphy
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Templars In America

by Tim Wallace-Murphy

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Templars in America: From the Crusades to the New World by Tim Wallace-Murphy

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Templars In America is thoroughly researched and extremely well written. Its academic depth will appeal to historians, but the directness of the logical sequence of arguments makes it totally accessible to every reader.
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Templars in America is the extraordinary story of how two leading European families, steeped in the traditions and spirituality of the Knights Templar, combined forces in an attempt to create a new commonwealth in America, far beyond the repressive reach of the Church and the long arm of the Inquisition.… (more)

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