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William P




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PostPosted: Wed 07 Mar, 2018 6:05 am    Post subject: Did the templarsand other orders use aillettes?         Reply with quote

im focusing on the knights templar but ill also accept data from the teutonic and hospitaller order

the reason i even ask that question is to wonder if the knights templar under their monastic vows and codes, might have percieved ailettes as unnecessarily showy etc etc.

or would they have just seen them like they viewd the surcoat, i.e a simple way of identifying onesself.
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