French translation: Calatrava, Alcantara et Saint Jacques de l'Epée
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15:04 Jun 29, 2007
Spanish to French translations [PRO] History / Templars' history
Spanish term or phrase:Caltrava, Alcantra, and Santiago del Espada
Some Templars escaped to Spain and entered orders like the ///Caltrava, Alcantra, and Santiago del Espada,/// while others moved on to Portugal and they renamed themselves the Order of Christ. Still others fled to the Holy Roman Empire of the German nation and joined the Teuton knights, while another large group of Templars is known to have joined the Hospitalers. In England, the Templars were arrested and interrogated, but quickly released again. In still other countries, the Templars remained unmolested
I'm assuming that there is a translation for these names but cannot seem to find them.