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1100 AD – 1300 AD Medieval Knights Templar Silver Coin Cross Crusade – AUTHENTIC

1100 AD – 1300 AD Medieval Knights Templar Silver Coin Cross Crusade – AUTHENTIC

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The Order of the Templar Knights was founded right after the First Crusade in 1096. Recruits were mostly poor. They were known as The Poor Fellow-Soldiers of Christ and of the Temple of Solomon. The Knights received official endorsement by the Catholic Church in Rome in 1129 and flourished, grew in strength and wealth. In 1307 bankrupt King Philip IV received permission from Pope Clement V to put an end to the Order. Templar Knights members in France and elsewhere were rounded up, charged with heresy, tortured, and burned at the stake. The order was officially disbanded in 1312 AD, but legend holds that a group of Knights Templar survived the massacre, went into hiding, and kept the Order alive and growing in strength until today.

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