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Knight Templar

n. pl. Knights Templars or Knights Templar
1. A member of an order of knights founded about 1118 to protect pilgrims in the Holy Land during the Second Crusade and suppressed in 1312.
2. A member of any of several modern fraternal orders named for the medieval Knights Templars.

Knights Templar

A military religious order, 1119–1314, founded to protect pilgrims to the Holy Land and to gain territorial and political influence.
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The Templar Knights value him as their Holy leader, and they're willing to execute his orders without question.
And the village has been on the map for quite some time - Templar Knights used to visit the church.
Templar knights, in their distinctive white mantles with a red cross, were the most feared fighters in the Crusades.
At the behest of Archbishop Langton (Charles Dance), Baron William de Albany (Brian Cox) spearheads the rebels at Rochester Castle, flanked by plucky archer Marks (Mackenzie Crook) and templar knights Marshall (James Purefoy) and Beckett (Jason Flemyng).
The Warner Bros film was shot entirely in Wales and tells the story of a group of Templar knights defending Rochester Castle against villain King John.
In Ironclad, I play one of the medieval Templar knights who, in their role as the Church's private army, were actively required by the clergy to eat a high-protein diet, so they were in a state of perpetual fighting fitness.
Psychometry produced a woman in medieval costume, two burly bearded Templar knights and a monk saying mass at a temporary altar in the chapter house.
Was he and his Merry Men, really a group of Templar knights and their followers, fleeing persecution?
And the story started promisingly enough - the discovery of Moorish coins in an English field, closely followed by bodies of Templar Knights who had been slain in combat.
But the Brits were never ones to settle for such outrageous cheek and a secret order of Templar knights sealed off the underground so humanity could survive.
To quote the review of the hardcover in KLIATT, January 2004: Street urchin Pagan Kidrouk, age 16, desperate for money and a way off the streets, seeks work as a squire with the Templar Knights in Jerusalem.
These gents argued that the Templar Knights were sent by the ultra-secret Priory of Sion on a top-secret mission to retrieve the legendary treasure of Solomon's Temple.