TEMPLAR SOURCES 1215


TS1215.00.00 - 1215, Helmstedt. - Otto of L├╝neburg transfers coram domino nostro imperatore his properties at Santersleven to the Templars. Witnesses. (Harenberg, Hist. Gandersh., 370 / Regesta Imperii, V, 1, 1, no. 501)

TS1215.02.22 - 22 February, 1215-16 July, 1216, Rome, Lateran. - Pope Innocent III to [John] King of Jerusalem and to the Masters of the Templars and the Hospitallers: informs them quod mittitur eis pecunia in subsidium Terrae Sanctae, et hortatur, quod se habeant sollicite et prudenter in negotiis contra fidei inimicos. (Regesta Pontificum, II, 5180, p. 453)

TS1215.02.22.a - 22 February, 1215-16 July, 1216, Rome, Lateran. - Pope Innocent III to the Master and brother Aymarus treasurer of the Templars: orders that novem milia marchas sterlingorum redactas in aurum, quas habent nomine ecclesiae, pro subsidio Terrae Sanctae transmittant. (Regesta Pontificum, II, 5209, p. 454)

TS1215.02.22.b - 22 February, 1215-16 July, 1216, Rome, Lateran. - Pope Innocent III to the Master and the brethren of the Templars: frees them from the payment of certain monies demanded from them by the abbot and convent of the monastery of Compi├Ęgne. (Regesta Pontificum, II, 5249, p. 456)

TS1215.02.22.c - 22 February, 1215-16 July, 1216, Rome, Lateran. - Pope Innocent III grants the master and the brethren of the Templars ut solvendo episcopo Ulixbonensi quinque solidi annuos a iurisdictione dicti episcopi super iurisdictione ecclesiarum de Thomar sint exempti. (Regesta Pontificum, II, 5297, p. 459)

TS1215.02.22.d - 22 February, 1215-16 July, 1216, Rome, Lateran. - Pope Innocent III renews (annotat) and confirms certain privileges which the master and the brethren of the Templars had received from the popes. (Regesta Pontificum, II, 5307, p. 459)

*TS1215.03.20 - 20 March, 1215, Luffness. - Alexander II king of Scotland to the bishops, abbots, counts, barons, justices, sheriffs, and other vassalls in his kingdom: confirms the privileges of his ancestors David I, Malcolm IV, and William I for the Templars; takes the Templars and their men under his protection and frees them from toll and duties; they should enjoy every liberty they have elsewhere.

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