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This perfect image of a knight kneeling down bearing the holy cross perfectly represents the type of society present during the middle ages and the Canterbury Tales.

This perfect image of a knight kneeling down bearing the holy cross perfectly represents the type of society present during the middle ages and the Canterbury Tales.

Talismans of the Knights Templar by dashinvaine.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

This is what the finished products made from my designs for the 'Talismans of the Knights Templar' jewellery range from Eastgate Resource. Inspired either by authentic Templar symbolism or on the m.

Knight's Templar walking through a valley of death and desolation. I will be painting this in full color soon.  This was an image I painted that is on a T-shirt from Hold The Line. The shirt i...

m Cleric chain shield helm sword Royal Army Knight's Templar walking through a valley of death and desolation. I will be painting this in full color soon. This was an image I painted that is on a T-shirt from Hold The Line. The shirt i.

Fantasy art spanning multiple genres: high fantasy, steampunk, sci-fi and...

m Cleric on horseback chain mail shield helm sword Fantasy art spanning multiple genres: high fantasy, steampunk, sci-fi and.

Hugh Paganis (Hugo de Payns ) (c. 1070 – 24 May 1136), co-founder and first Grand Master of the Knights Templar by Van Daele,Church of St James, Manorbier, Pembrokeshire - http://stainedglass.llgc.org.uk/image/5977

Hugh Paganis (Hugo de Payns ) (c. 1070 – 24 May co-founder and first Grand Master of the Knights Templar by Van Daele,Church of St James, Manorbier, Pembrokeshire

Knights Templar Order Knight Cross Medieval SCA Silver Plated Pendant Necklace

Knights Templar Cross Pendant Order Knight Medieval SCA Silver Plated Necklace

"For we did not, and we do not wish +The Temple+ to be placed in any Servitude except that which is fitting" - Jacques de Molay (Grandmaster)

The Knights of the Round Table..................KNIGHTS TEMPLARS!!..........SECRET SOCIETY ELITE!!

Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table. Every man shall sit at equal height, at a round table to ensure equality. This is probably my favorite part of the Arthurian legend!