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  • ...-10767-6.</ref> In the [[High Middle Ages|High]] and [[Late Middle Ages]], knights formed the [[heavy cavalry]] units of many medieval armies. In later times ...[[German language|German]] ''Knecht'' for ''servant''), or simply 'boy'. ''Knighthood'', as Old English ''cnihthad'', had the meaning of [[adolescence]], i.e
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  • ...Arcy Jonathan Dacre. ''The Knights of the Crown: The Monarchical Orders of Knighthood in Later Medieval Europe, 1325-1520''. 2d revised ed. Woodbridge, Suffo *Shaw, William A. ''The Knights of England: A Complete Record from the Earliest Time'' 2v. London: Central
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  • ...rk Castle]], now in [[Poland]], served as the headquarters of the Teutonic Knights from 1309 to 1457.}} ...ce]] was a particularly strong proponent of this view and persecuted the [[Knights Templar]] within [[France]].<ref>Christiansen, Eric (1997). ''The Northern
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  • #Redirect [[Knights Templar]]
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  • ...he Spanish viceroy of Sicily. When [[Napoleon]] captured Malta in 1798 the knights ceased to rule any one place. The order still exists today, with its offic
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  • The '''Knights Templar''' or, more properly, the Order of the Poor Knights of Christ and the [[Temple of Solomon]] ([[Latin]]: ''Pauperes commilitone ...to the Holy City of Jerusalem. [[Baldwin II|Baldwin]], impressed with the knights fervor, quartered them in the eastern part of his castle, an area where th
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  • '''Order of the Knights of St Crispin''' was an [[Labor Unions, U.S., History|American labor union
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  • ...n Wyclif]]. [[Henry Knighton]], in his Chronicle, identifes the principal Knights as Sir Thomas Latimer, Sir John Trussel, Sir Lewis Clifford, Sir John Peac ...point they would have been pioneers rather than traitors. Several of the Knights were apparently acquaintances of [[Geoffrey Chaucer]], as they stood suret
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  • * Hall, John P. "The Knights of St. Crispin in Massachusetts, 1869-1878," ''Journal of Economic History
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  • #REDIRECT[[Teutonic Knights]]
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  • #REDIRECT[[Teutonic Knights]]
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  • '''The Dark Knight''' is a 2008 film directed by [[Christopher Nolan]]. It stars [[Christian
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  • #REDIRECT[[Teutonic Knights]]
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  • #REDIRECT[[Teutonic Knights]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[Knights Hospitaller]]
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  • #Redirect [[Knights Templar]]
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  • A modern revival of the medieval [[Knights Templar]].
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  • A knighted [[Great Britain|British]] film actor.
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  • Hereditary honour, higher than a Knight, but lower than a Baron.
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  • #REDIRECT [[Damon Knight Memorial Grand Master Award]]
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  • *[[Knights Templar]]
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  • Attorney and head of ''pro bono'' team, Holland & Knight LLP; board chair, [[Constitution Project]]
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  • ...>A 13th-century brick castle in Poland, built by the Order of the Teutonic Knights. It was the Order's headquarters from 1309 to 1457.
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  • ...y gives up a Rook but captures an opponent's minor piece (i.e. a Bishop or Knight) in exchange for it.
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  • ...ounded in Germany around 1904, which found its inspiration in the medieval Knights Templar, who were suppressed through most of Europe in the fourteenth cent
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  • {{r|Damon Knight Memorial Grand Master Award}}
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  • ...of the "Matter of Britain": the tales of the legendary King Arthur and his knights of the Round Table.
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  • *Barber, Malcolm. "[http://www.slate.com/id/2140307/?nav=tap3 Who Were the Knights Templar?]". ''Slate Magazine'', 20 April 2006. ...'The Rule of the Templars: The French Text of the Rule of the Order of the Knights Templar''. The Boydell Press, 1992. ISBN 0-85115-315-1.
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  • {{r|Knights Hospitaller}} {{r|Knights Templar}}
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  • ...y High Steward of Scotland (ca 1150 - 1177), and the third son of a Breton knight, Alan fitzFlaad, feudal lord of Oswestry.
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  • ...he Spanish viceroy of Sicily. When [[Napoleon]] captured Malta in 1798 the knights ceased to rule any one place. The order still exists today, with its offic
    762 B (120 words) - 11:07, 30 March 2013
  • {{r|Knights Hospitaller}} {{r|Knights Templar}}
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