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... The original medieval Order of Knights Templar was established after the First Crusade, and existed from approximately 1118 to 1312 ... There is no known historical evidence to link the medieval Knights Templar and Masonic Templarism, nor do the Masonic Knights Templar organizations claim any such direct link to the original medieval Templar ... between the ancient order and the modern order known today as the Knights Templar." The official motto of the Knights Templar is In Hoc Signo Vinces, the rendition in Latin of the Greek phrase ...
... Knights Inn (officially Knights Franchise Systems, Inc.) is a hotel chain owned by Wyndham Worldwide and based in Parsippany, New Jersey ... Each Knights Inn originally had one-story units with all-exterior corridors and medieval-inspired architecture, but the chain no longer applies those features to ... Knights Inns originally also had notable use of flowers and other landscaping ...
... of Mark Master Masons · Holy Royal Arch · Royal Arch Masonry · Cryptic Masonry · Knights Templar · Red Cross of Constantine · Scottish Rite · Knight Kadosh · The ... of Acon · Royal Order of Scotland · Order of Knight Masons · Research Lodge · Corks Masonic groups for women Women and Freemasonry · Order of the Amaranth · Order of the Eastern ... For the medieval Knights Templar, see Knights Templar ...
... Knights Ferry is an unincorporated historic community in Stanislaus County, California, United States ... It is home to the Knights Ferry Bridge, the longest covered bridge west of the Mississippi at 330 feet (100 m) in length ...
... The Knights Templar was a medieval Christian military order prominent in the Crusades, from the early 12th century until the early 14th century Knights Templar may also refer to Knights Templar (Freemasonry ... Trials of the Knights Templar ...
Famous quotes containing the word knights:
“Here we have bishops, priests, and deacons, a Censorship Board, vigilant librarians, confraternities and sodalities, Duce Maria, Legions of Mary, Knights of this Christian order and Knights of that one, all surrounding the sinners free will in an embattled circle.”
—Sean OCasey (18841964)
“The threadbare trees, so poor and thin,
They are no wealthier than I;
But with as brave a core within
They rear their boughs to the October sky.
Poor knights they are which bravely wait
The charge of Winters cavalry,
Keeping a simple Roman state,
Discumbered of their Persian luxury.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)