Rosslyn Chapel in Midlothian, Scotland. Founded in the mid-15th century by William Sinclair who was descended from a noble family of Norman knights.

Rosslyn Chapel in Midlothian, Scotland. Founded in the mid-15th century by William Sinclair who was descended from a noble family of Norman knights.

Dotazione e armamento dei fucilieri del 78 rgt. "Fraser Highlanders"

Dotazione e armamento dei fucilieri del 78 rgt. "Fraser Highlanders"

Portrait photograph of The Prince of Wales, Duke of Clarence and The Duke of Connaugh, 1886

Portrait photograph of The Prince of Wales, Duke of Clarence and The Duke of Connaugh, 1886

Les différents Ordres Militaires du temps des Templiers

Les différents Ordres Militaires du temps des Templiers

The Military and Hospitaller Order of Saint Lazarus of Jerusalem is an order of chivalry originally founded at a leper hospital after 1098 by the crusaders of the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem. It was established to treat leprosy, its knights originally being lepers themselves. It is possible that king Baldwin IV of Jerusalem was a knight of this order or was, at least, assisted by it.The symbol of the Order is a green eight-pointed Maltese Cross.

The Military and Hospitaller Order of Saint Lazarus of Jerusalem is an order of chivalry originally founded at a leper hospital after 1098 by the crusaders of the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem. It was established to treat leprosy, its knights originally being lepers themselves. It is possible that king Baldwin IV of Jerusalem was a knight of this order or was, at least, assisted by it.The symbol of the Order is a green eight-pointed Maltese Cross.

Greater Cross: Badge of the Order of St. Catherine (Russian) was an award of Imperial Russia. Instituted on November 24, 1714 by Peter the Great on the occasion of his marriage to Catherine I of Russia. For the majority of the time of Imperial Russia, it was the only award for ladies.

Greater Cross: Badge of the Order of St. Catherine (Russian) was an award of Imperial Russia. Instituted on November 24, 1714 by Peter the Great on the occasion of his marriage to Catherine I of Russia. For the majority of the time of Imperial Russia, it was the only award for ladies.

Ste Eulalie de Cernon, a former Knights Templar Commanderie - Fortified church on Place du Commandeur

Ste Eulalie de Cernon, a former Knights Templar Commanderie - Fortified church on Place du Commandeur

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