The Grand Master Of Knights: The Hundred Years War

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According to a Medieval legend, the Grand Master of Knights Templar Jacques de Molay (1243 – the 18th of March 1314), before being burned upon a scaffold, cursed Philip the Fair, his entire family and Pope Clement V. Both, King Philip and Pope Clement died only a few months after and Philip's male heirs died young and childless, whose consequence was the so-called 'The Hundred Years War', which started from 1337 to 1453 and was a series of connected conflicts between Edward III of England (son of Isabella of France and Philip's grandson), the Valois kings of France (Philip's cousins) of France, factions of French nobles and other allies over both claims to the French throne and control of land in France. In addition, in Dante's Inferno XXVI,

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