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Terranean islands of Rhodes and Malta They are of concern to historians of the Church art and architecture government agriculture estate management banking medicine and warfare and of the The Military Kindle expansion of Europe overseas The conferences on their history which have been organized in London every four years have attracted leading scholars from all over the world The present volume records the proceedings of the Third Conference in and is essential reading for those interested in the progress of research on these extraordinary institutionsOf the thirty papers published in this collection two deal with the orders in general while

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The Military Orders Volume 3Eighteen concentrate on the Hospital of St John six on the Temple and three on Military Orders Volume MOBI the Teutonic Order together with another on the Order of the Sword Brothers which it absorbed The preponderance of works on the Hospitallers is perhaps a particular characteristic of this volume but the fact that most of the papers relate to provincial life rather than to the headuarters in the east Prussia or Malta accurately reflects modern concerns as do the contributions on historiography the papacy cultural history and religious life Examples of new research interests are the paper on bioarchaeology and the two on liturg