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Hi Aneth

I live in scotland and have gone to some templar sites (old churches and graves)

If the Templars did take part in the Battle they would not want it known at the time, (I have always thought at the turning of the tide of the battle when the camp followers of the scottish army were meant to have attacked, that a seasoned Army would not turn and run, But if they were Templars?)

Also Jaques de Moley was Burnt at the stake on the 18th of March 1314 Bannockburn was 23 June,

All hopes for the Templars were gone (they were already gone but this was the nail in the coffin)

So may have freed them to act or act in revenge, or had nowt to loose.

Also only Scotland and portugal did not outlaw Templars, Unsure why portugal did not but Robert The Bruce was Excommed so there was no need, Although he would not want to agrivate the situation with Rome.

Sorry I do not write much

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Battle of Bannockburn won by Templars? 1353 Aneth 03-Sep-14 19:13
Re: Battle of Bannockburn won by Templars? 367 s-d.adrain 04-Sep-14 08:29
Re: Battle of Bannockburn won by Templars? 511 Skatha 04-Sep-14 15:16
Re: Battle of Bannockburn won by Templars? 408 s-d.adrain 05-Sep-14 06:40
Re: Battle of Bannockburn won by Templars? 354 Aneth 05-Sep-14 16:00
Re: Battle of Bannockburn won by Templars? 446 Aneth 05-Sep-14 15:59
Re: Battle of Bannockburn won by Templars? 391 s-d.adrain 08-Sep-14 10:05
Re: Battle of Bannockburn won by Templars? 405 Andy McCallum 19-Oct-14 17:52
Re: Battle of Bannockburn won by Templars? 639 Skatha 22-Oct-14 00:02


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