Templar Knights - Medieval era
Historical Notes: The Knight Templars are a historical Order of knights who are known as religious men practiced an ascetic lifestyle, and vowed to protect Christian pilgrims to the Holy Land of Jerusalem. The formation was established in 1120AD and was dissolved and shoveled out by the pope and the French king Philp IV (Philip the Fair) in 1312AD. The last master of the order, Jacques de Molay, together with more than fifty comrades were executed by burning at the stake in May 1310. It is said that the order had accumulated a huge wealth when they were in power, but their legacy has never been found after the dissolution. Due to their enigmatic rise and fall and the mysterious lost of their treasure, the legend of the Knight Templars has been featured in many contemporary novels such as Dan Brown's Da Vinci Code, Steve Berry's The Templar Legacy, Raymond Khoury's The Last Templar, and Julia Navarro's The Brotherhood of the Holy Shroud, just to name a few.
Front View of the Four Knights | 1st Knight front view | 1st Knight side view | 2nd Knight side view
3rd Knight close up view | 4th Knight close up view | On-Shelf Display