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The Knights Templar order started in 1119 to protect Christian pilgrims in Jerusalem. I a short period this order became not only widely known and famous all over the world but also extremely wealthy. In the year 1307, the French King and the Pope banned the group and seized their assets. Many members were punished and executed as “enemies of the faith.”
During the Crusades, the Templars had many symbols, representing them. One of the most important symbols of the Knights Templar order was the Knights Templar Battle Flag – Beauceant.
Beauceant Knights Templar Flag
Beauceant, meaning, “two-colour», “black and white,” was the famous Knights Templar flag. What precisely the Templar Cross flag meant is still unknown for sure. However, it is believed that the black color of the flag symbolized the sins of the world, while the white – purity, friendliness and the blessing mission that was offered by the Templar Order. The Beauceant flag had the significant meaning as well as the power, and the Knights Templar were not allowed to stop fighting until the flag was flying.
Baucent was the war-banner of the ancient Knights Templars. It was characterized with the specific inscription: “Non nobis, Domine, non nobis sed nomini tuo da gloriam.” This is also the beginning of the first verse of Psalm 115, “Not unto us, O Lord, not unto us, but unto Thy name give glory.”
Meaning of the Red Cross on the Flag
The Red Cross is the main symbol of the religious order of Christian warrior monks. It represented the Knights’ Templar connection to the church as well as their sacred mission. For the Crusaders, the Red Cross had a special meaning: it represented martyrdom and reminded them about the sacrifice of Christ. This symbol was not ornamented until in 1147 when Pope Eugenius III approved of it.
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