Scarcely less renowned than the Knights Templars, the Teutonic Knights carried the spirit and traditions of the great military religious orders of the Middle Ages far into the modern period. The Order of Brothers of the German House of Saint Mary in Jerusalem, commonly the Teutonic Order, is a Catholic religious order originally founded as military order in the 12th century in Acre. Purely religious since 1929, it still confers limited honorary knighthoods. The order was formed to aid Christians on their pilgrimages to the Holy Land and to establish hospitals. Its members have commonly been known as the Teutonic Knights, having a small voluntary and mercenary military membership, serving as a crusading military order for protection of Christians in the Holy Land and the Baltics during the Middle Ages.
ACI 1/6th scale Teutonic Knight - Noble Knight Banner Holder Features: Bullhorned great helmet (bullhorn made of plastic), Pair of Knights greaves (Die-cast metal), Chain mail hauberk and Chain mail coif (both made of plastic fabric, not real metal chain), Chain mail chausses (made of plastic fabric, not real metal chain), Teutonic Knight surcoat, Teutonic Knight cloak, Gambeson, Breeches, Spur, Lance with banner (Die-cast Metal Lance tip), Battle axe, Spiked-flail, Great sword (Die-cast metal blade) with scabbard and baldric, Shield with holding straps, Detailed sculpted head (Battle-wouned), Extra fake head, with chain mail coif (made of plastic fabric) fixed on the head, for wearing helmet, Body: Medium built body - Christian, New improved version, over 30 points of articulation, Gloved hand x 2 pairs (Left Pointing, Right: Fist, Left and Right: Grabbing).
How Matthew McConaughey came to join their ranks is beyond me LOL
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