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Le procès des Templiers

Tome II

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Author: Various Authors
Published: 1841
Language: Latin
Wordcount: 164,786 / 574 pg
LoC Category: D
Downloads: 1,075
Added to site: 2007.10.09
mnybks.net#: 18462
Genre: History

COLLECTION DE DOCUMENTS INÉDITS SUR L'HISTOIRE DE FRANCE

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obedienciam, et obedire omnibus preceptoribus suis, servare bonos usus et bonas consuetudines ordinis, et quod non esset in loco ubi aliquis exheredaretur injuste. Post que imposuit sibi mantellum, et ipse et fratres astantes fuerunt eum osculati in ore. Postea instruxit eum quot Pater noster diceret pro horis suis, qualiter jaceret, et quod caveret sibi specialiter a crimine sodomitico, quia si committeret, poneretur in carcere perpetuo, et quod non revelaret secreta capitulorum. De nullo autem illicito vel inhonesto fuit illi facta mencio in recepcione sua vel post; nec ipse fecit fieri, nec precepit, nec scivit quod fierent in recepcionibus illorum quos ipse recepit nec post. Audivit tamen dici ab aliquibus ex fratribus [p. 8] ordinis; de quorum nominibus non recordatur, quod preceptum fuerat eis in recepcionibus eorum quod spuerent supra crucem; sed ipsi dicebant se non spuisse; non tamen audivit dici ab eis quod preciperetur eis aliquid de abnegacione, nec de conculcacione, nec de osculis inhon

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