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" They also displayed above their formidable lance a second banner of their own colors, white, charged with a red cross of the order, of eight points. In 1309, the Knights Templar were suppressed, and by a papal bull, dated April 3, 1312, their order was... "
A manual of heraldry, historical and popular - Page 260
by Charles Boutell - 1863 - 427 pages
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Heraldry, Historical and Popular

Charles Boutell - Devices (Heraldry). - 1864 - 547 pages
...displayed above their formidable lance a second Banner of their own colours, white, charged with the Cross of the Order, No. 580. As Badges, the Templars...horse, to denote the original poverty of the Order. The present Arms of the Barrister Templars of the Inner Temple, which are derived from the Badge last...
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Our Flag: Origin and Progress of the Flag of the United States of America ...

George Henry Preble - Flags - 1872 - 535 pages
...own colors, white, charged with the cross of the order of eight points. In 1309, the Knights Templar were suppressed, and by a papal bull, dated April 3, 1312, their order was abolished. Numbers of the order were tried, condemned and burnt alive or hanged 1308-10, and it suffered great...
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History of the Flag of the United States of America: And of the Naval and ...

George Henry Preble - Flags - 1880 - 815 pages
...colors, white, charged with a red cross of the order, of eight points. In 1309, the Knights Templar were suppressed, and by a papal bull, dated April 3, 1312, their order was abolished. Numbers of the order were tried, condemned, and burnt alive or hanged, 1308-10 ; and it suffered great...
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Origin and History of the American Flag and of the Naval and Yacht ..., Volume 1

George Henry Preble, Charles Edward Asnis - Flags - 1917
...colors, white, charged with a red woss of the order, of eight points. In 1309, the Knights Templar were suppressed, and by a papal bull, dated April 3, 1312, their order was abolished. Numbers of the order were tried, condemned, and burnt alive or hanged, 1308-10; and it suffered great...
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