This place is called "The temple of the false gods," and used to be, it is thought, a commandery of Templars.
Attended by the guard, the prisoner was taken at once to the commandery.
He shall then be taken to the commandery, in order that his majesty may interrogate him.
He fell into Disgrace, after this Account of him was written, and died at his commandery.
Tom gave me a touch; it was the last; and he rushed through the commandery gates.
Don John was removed from command and sent to his commandery at Consuegra.
There was no outlet to the commandery, except these iron gates, and nothing within it that could have swallowed up Tom.
Mr. Preen drove on in silence until they were opposite the commandery gates in the lower part of Sidbury.
She paused to watch two white-plumed masons on their way to the commandery on the next block.
Most of the old timber houses and ancient edifices have disappeared—but the commandery is left.