1834 - Fire destroys the Palace of Westminster.

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They were simply able to fight their way out.

It was also the time of great statesmen like Pitt and Fox and great captains like Wellington and .
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We are not told that in the movie (or any of this in "History vs.

Although Clement made some attempts to distance himself from Philip, morally and physically, and although Avignon was technically in the Kingdom of rather than of France, there was no escaping the proximity of the King and his Kingdom, unless the Pope actually went to turbulent and dangerous Italy, or threw himself on the protection of an whom Papal policy itself had helped strip of real power.

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Much of this, however, is not of recent origin, since the Masons, undoubtedly with their own secrets rites and principles, liked the idea that they were derived from refugee Templars.

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The Zionists, however, did not have a very traditional program.

His use of Muslim mercenaries, even as the successors of the continued their "maurading" and slaving against the Poles, puts a bit of a lie to the statement of Davies that the Poles and Jagiello were demonstrating that the "Knights' own cult of the Virgin Mary was false." If we see Jagiello as a Renaissance prince, it is not surprising that his actions might parallel the advice of in pursuing what had always been the interests of the Lithuanian monarchy.

This was not the case, however, in 1948.

Since Davies says that "By the mid-1670's, the Ottomans were overrunning Hungary" [p.364], when the Ottomans had already overrun Hungary in the 1520's, one wonders about how well up Davies actually is on the Islamic conquest thing.

For the first question, we must also ask what it means.

The funeral pyre of the Grand Duke (Olgierd/Algirdas, 1345-1377) included his "favorite servant and his favorite horse"; and "a group of German slaves, bound and gagged, were heaped on top for good measure" [p.254].

Most of the real damage was in loss of Knights, wealth, and prestige.

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However, the German name of the city itself is perplexing.

The Grand Master and all the Knights present were killed after the Battle of Hattin, 1187, since did not show the mercy to the Military Orders that he always did to everyone else -- he may have been in some horror of the warrior monks, since in Islâm celibacy might be regarded as unnatural.

Now, why have I followed Hughes's rant with one of my own?

That's nice if Davies believes that the Catholic Church should be ruled by Church Councils -- agree -- or if he thinks that modern sensibilities are evident in the work at Constance of Paulus Vladimiri from Kraków ("Treatise on the power of the pope and the emperor with regard to non-believers" [pp.347-348]); but, if Vladimiri's treatise is not just an apologetic for Jagiello, it would be nice to know how it is relevant to the actions of Christians in the face of hostile and aggressive pagans and Muslims.