On the other side were the veteran Captal de Buch and the brawny Olivier de Clisson, with the free companion Sir Perducas d'Albret, the valiant Lord of Mucident, and Sigismond von Altenstadt, of the Teutonic Order.
A white mantle fluttered behind him, upon the left side of which was marked the broad black cross picked out with silver which was the well-known badge of the Teutonic Order.
260), but the introduction of specialist butchery equipment, as well as riveted blades, is typically associated with towns and castles in the Teutonic Orders state, where both cut-marks and extant tools indicate the introduction of heavy cleavers (Seetah et al.
With the establishment of the Teutonic Orders state, the exploitation of the woodland would be managed by specialised manors or Vorwerks (Polish folwarks) situated around the Forest of Sztum, subservient to the convent at Marienburg (Chec 2003, 2009).
The assemblage of fish bones, numbering 989 fragments (Table 3), as well as a significant quantity of fish scales, finds of fish hooks of varying sizes and fishing weights, indicates that diverse fishing was practised at the site, during a period of intensification in fishing associated with the emergence of the Teutonic Orders state.
It took five decades to conquer Prussian tribal lands and re-organise the annexed territories into the Ordensstaat-a theocratic state governed by the Teutonic Order and its episcopal allies.