Sacred Sites of the Knights Templar
All across the continent of Europe, massive stone monuments erected by a prehistoric culture can be found. These megalithic stones, resisting centuries of weathering or assaults by modern men, are all that remain of a society that has been erased by time. Stonehenge is the most familiar of these megalithic monuments, but in fact represents only one of many similar sites. W...more
Paperback, 248 pages
Published March 1st 2005 by Fair Winds Press
(first published 2003)
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Interesting book and would be very easy for non-historians to get into. He doesn't write in an extremely academic way.. he doesn't go into so much detail with each topic that you get sick of reading about it after 10 pages. It's very informal, but he still cites all his sources. Good book for anyone who is interested in the facts that Dan Brown based "The Da Vinci Code" on. A few book titles that he cited I'm planning on looking into soon.