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De Tempeliers : de opkomst en ondergang van de tempelridders

Dan Jones (author)
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De Tempeliers : de opkomst en ondergang van de tempelridders

Upcoming historicus Dan Jones vertelt in zijn boek ‘De Tempeliers’ over de bloei en de ondergang van de kruisridders. In de 12e eeuw richtten negen ridders de Orde van de Tempeliers op. De broederschap moest de pelgrims in het Heilige Land beschermen. De pelgrims legden een gelofte van armoede en gehoorzaamheid af, en werden daardoor in 1129 erkend door de kerk. Verenigd onder het rode kruis trokk
Subject
Tempelorde
Title
De Tempeliers : de opkomst en ondergang van de tempelridders
Author
Dan Jones 1981-
Language
Dutch
Original language
English
Original title
The templars
Publisher
Utrecht: Uitgeverij Omniboek, 2019 | Other editions
1 digitaal bestand
ISBN
9789401914291
CloudLibrary
7eqx5r9
Placing suggestion
233.3 (SISO) Kruistochten (ZIZO)

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About Dan Jones

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Daniel Gwynne Jones (born 27 July 1981) is a British historian, TV presenter, and journalist. He was educated at The Royal Latin School, a state grammar school in Buckingham, before attending Pembroke College, Cambridge.

Early life and education

Jones was born in Reading, England, in 1981 to Welsh parents. He was educated at The Royal Latin School, a state grammar school in Buckingham, before attending Pembroke College, Cambridge, where he achieved a first-class degree in History in 2002.

Career

Historian

Dan Jones' first history book was a popular narrative history of the English Peasants' Revolt of 1381, titled Summer of Blood: The Peasants' Revolt of 1381, which was published in 2009. His second book, The Plantagenets: The Kings Who Made England, was published in 2012 in the United Kingdom …Read more on Wikipedia