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Hi Aneth,

Have a look at this terrific article by Jeff Nisbett:

[www.mythomorph.com]

Even if we consider that there may have been anonymously dressed Templars on both sides, I have a gut feeling that a heavy-horse Cavalry charge of recognisable Templars over a hill at the eleventh hour will have turned the tide of battle. All that would have been required would be a standard cracking in the wind.

Who knows? It's a romantic notion but makes sense militarily, and I'm reminded of the saying 'absence of evidence is not evidence of absence'.

Andy.


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Battle of Bannockburn won by Templars? 1313 Aneth 03-Sep-14 19:13
Re: Battle of Bannockburn won by Templars? 358 s-d.adrain 04-Sep-14 08:29
Re: Battle of Bannockburn won by Templars? 499 Skatha 04-Sep-14 15:16
Re: Battle of Bannockburn won by Templars? 400 s-d.adrain 05-Sep-14 06:40
Re: Battle of Bannockburn won by Templars? 343 Aneth 05-Sep-14 16:00
Re: Battle of Bannockburn won by Templars? 439 Aneth 05-Sep-14 15:59
Re: Battle of Bannockburn won by Templars? 381 s-d.adrain 08-Sep-14 10:05
Re: Battle of Bannockburn won by Templars? 396 Andy McCallum 19-Oct-14 17:52
Re: Battle of Bannockburn won by Templars? 620 Skatha 22-Oct-14 00:02


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