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Procedures for the Settlement of Disputes between Military Orders in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries
Ordines Militares Colloquia Torunensia Historica
D isputes between military orders in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries could hardly be avoided. It is not surprising that, as the possessions of the orders grew, rights over property became the most frequent source of conflict. Yet there were also other causes of discord: assaults by individual brothers, transfers from one order to another, the design of habits 1 and obligations of mutual hospitality could all occasion disputes. Claims by one order to authority over another, such as those ofdoi:10.12775/om.2014.002 fatcat:g7y6ur5bjfar3oqw725rk3ut24