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For nearly two centuries, the Knights Templar was the most powerful order in the medieval world. Today the group's legacy is played out in an array of Hollywood blockbusters and numerous works of popular literature.
Despite the Knights' long reign of power, the order experienced a sudden collapse in the early fourteenth century when certain members stood accused of unspeakable crimes and were subsequently tortured and killed. This insightful program interviews some of the world's leading biblical scholars and visits historic sites throughout Europe and the Near East to probe the past of this mysterious order. Did the Knights, as many believe, guard the Holy Grail? Or was the object of their attentions buried a thousand years before the birth of Christ?
THE TEMPLAR CODE is an in-depth examination into the remarkable rise and rapid descent of the powerful and obscure Knights Templar.
This is a documentary produced by the History channel on the historic Knights Templar. The focus is on the Crusades and their conviction as heretics. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Joseph Johnson
Excellent presentation of an amazing aspect of religious history.Published 5 months ago by Richard Partney
This was excellent but I did notice some facts were wrong. At one point the narrator says Richard the Lionheart retook Jerusalem briefly in 1229. Richard died in 1199. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Betty
History is very much of interest to me as try to become more acquainted with pieces of history that I am not familiar. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Hazel
If one is interested in this -- this is very informative and interesting . My husband loved it . It should be watched more than once to get it all.Published 8 months ago by marie
Needed to know about the Knights of Templar and this was a good resource. Very interesting and knowledgeable information. Would recommend.Published 10 months ago by James Murrell