By Elena Bellomo
This booklet presents the 1st reconstruction of the Templar presence in North-west Italy. according to huge archival searches, it provides normal insights into the improvement and association of the Order during this zone, additionally analyzing the hyperlinks among the Templar homes and the Latin East and their involvement within the fight among Papacy and Empire. Recruitment, kinfolk with lay and ecclesiastical associations and the actions of the Templar settlements are highlighted as major elements in shaping the actual improvement of the Order within the area. The trial documents additionally make certain the targeted nature of the Temple's institution in North-west Italy the place the vicissitudes of the Templars on trial have been intertwined with neighborhood factionalism, and confident family members with lay and ecclesiastical experts persisted and in a few areas even defeated the costs leveled opposed to the Order.
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Raccolta di studi in memoria di Giovanni Soranzo (Milan, 1968), pp. 211– 216. 57 Note that also the house of Villa Mausonii may have been established in this period. 58 See below, p. 37 and Part II, pp. 292–293. 59 Codice diplomatico cremonese, ed. L. , HPM 21 (Turin, 1895–1898), I, doc. 219, p. 131, doc. 258, p. 137, doc. 358, pp. 151–152; Le carte cremonesi dei secoli VIII–XII, ed. E. Falconi, 4 vols. (Cremona, 1979–1988), III, doc. 417, p. 26, doc. 453, p. 85. 60 L. Tacchella, Gli insediamenti dei Templari a Nice e Grasse, in Lombardia e Veneto (Milan, 1999), pp.
144. 121 H. Houben, “Templari e Teutonici nel Mezzogiorno normanno-svevo”, in G. , Il Mezzogiorno normanno-svevo e le Crociate. Atti delle quattordicesime giornate normanno-sveve, Bari, 17–20 ottobre 2000 (Bari, 2002), p. 261; Ciammaruconi, “L’ordine templare”, pp. 62–64. In the Ceprano distict there was also the Templar church of Sant’Egidio de Pantano. Ciammaruconi, “L’ordine templare”, pp. 64–66. The harsh resolution passed against the Temple and the Hospital in the Third Lateran Council, mitigated by Alexander III, should not be forgotten.
51– 67; P. Zerbi, “I rapporti di san Bernardo di Chiaravalle con i vescovi e le diocesi d’Italia”, in P. Zerbi, Tra Milano e Cluny. Momenti di vita e cultura ecclesiastica nel secolo XII, Italia Sacra 5 (2nd edition, Rome, 1991), pp. 3–94. The article also appeared in Vescovi e diocesi nel Medioevo (sec. IX–XIII). Atti del II convegno di storia della Chiesa in Italia, Roma, 5–9 settembre 1961 (Padua, 1964), pp. 219–313. 29 V. , San Bernardo, pp. 70–71, 89–90. 30 Shortly afterwards St. Bernard encouraged the Genoese to continue supporting Innocent’s cause.