Marie Luise Bulst-Thiele is a German historian, known for writing about the Knights Templar. Her works are often cited by other medieval historians in their discussions of Templar historiography. In his own work Trial of the Templars, British historian Malcolm Barber discusses Bulst-Thiele's views on the Templars, as that she sees the attack on the Knights Templar as an integral element of the relations between the administration of King Philip IV of France and the Papacy. (Barber, p. 300)


  • Sacrae Domus Militiae Templi, 1974
  • I Templari: Mito e Storia, 1989
  • "Die Anfänge des Templerordens. Bernhard von Clairvaux. Cîteaux" (The Beginnings of the Templars Order. Bernhard of Clairvaux. Citeaux, 1993[1]
  • Kaiserin Agnes, 1933
  • Aristoteles im Mittelalter und Vergilius im Mittelalter, 1932
  • "The Influence of St. Bernard of Clairvaux on the Formation of the Order of the Knights Templar." In The Second Crusade and the Cistercians, edited by Michael Gervers, 57-65. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1992.


  • Alain Demurger, The Last Templar
  • Malcolm Barber, Trial of the Templars, 2nd ed. p. 300
  • "The Social Context of the Templars", Malcolm Barber, Transactions of the Royal Historical Society, 5th Ser., Vol. 34, 1984, pp. 27-46

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