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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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Grand old Bisham Abbey, whose stone walls have rung to the shouts of the Knights Templars, and which, at one time, was the home of Anne of Cleves and at another of Queen Elizabeth, is passed on the right bank just half a mile above Marlow Bridge.
After this tour, you'll never think of the Hotel Ritz, the Louvre Pyramid in Paris and the London landmarks of Westminster Abbey and the Knights Templar Church in the same way.
The government sent in its forces, vowing Monday to reassert order, after violent days of repeated clashes between the Knights Templar cartel and vigilantes who were advancing, town by town, on the cartel's stronghold in the farming hub of Apatzingan.
Nine of the bodies were found on an abandoned property near the town of Buenavista Tomatlan, along with a sign indicating they may have been members of the Knights Templar cartel, said prosecutor's spokesman Alejandro Arellano.
He told the operator he had just performed an operation on behalf of the Knights Templar - referring to a Middle Ages Christian order that fought in the Crusades.
London, Mar 2 (ANI): Archaeologists have discovered a four-inch long nail dating from the time of Christ's crucifixion at a fort believed to have once been a stronghold of the Knights Templar.
The author discusses the pre-history and history of the fraternal organization, the Knights Templar, the concept of sacred geometry, growth and development, personalities, and other related subjects.
AN awful lot of nonsense has been written about the Knights Templar over the last 800 years or so, and it's sad to say that, thanks to Dan Brown's Da Vinci Code, a fair deal of it has been written over the last decade.
And why would the Knights Templar be looking after just any cross, it had to be THE cross.
A carved relief at Hereford Cathedral of the Knights Templar
Thorough coverage of historical events, including the burning of Jacques de Molay and the disbanding of the Knights Templar in 1315, particularize the importance of numerology to historic power struggles.
The Secret History Of Freemasonry: Its Origins And Connection To The Knights Templar provides fascinating and informative chapters covering everything from cooperative masonry associations to speculative masonry rituals.