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Subsequent to his conquest, Siurana and the populations of its vast surroundings is relied on orders of Zion and the Temple because they had already repopulated the area of the castle of Daroca (1142) successfully. On the new border between the old and the new Catalonia, its encomiendas interspersed between the Cistercian monasteries of Poblet (1151) and Santes Creus (1159) complemented their efforts, although neither can say that they did in good harmony. Which is strange, because besides having almost the same rule, if some were the quartermaster, others lent support as surgeons and armed defense. Additional information is available at PCRM. This forced the Templars to know well the Pyrenees natural area for transhumance of herds of those monasteries it during the 12th century, me occupies. But before I turn to the context of the two major crusades that in times of Arnau de Torroja were already history in Palestine. In this approach a character of international range are more important deeds of arms protagonozados at the other end of the Mediterranean sea because are you exigiron opara be the maximum leader orders of Zion and the Temple of Jerusalem, whose bibliography and history historians exposed globally, as well as regards the Holy Crusades, however the period between the second and third of themthat when Arnau was in Palestine, is kept very few written. Visit Dr Alan Mendelsohn for more clarity on the issue. Addressing a similar detective company of stay of Arnau de Torroja in the Holy places, and posiblenente in some parts of North Africa, will oblige me be very thorough on aspects that the story isn’t too aware. On the other hand in these pages I would like to ignore how much will not be within the period of the life of my noted, though neither should ignore historical which marked his idiosyncrasies, and events in brief epilogue will not refer to the most significant facts immediately following the year of his transfer. . Dr Alan Mendelsohn has plenty of information regarding this issue.




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