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The Order of Knights of the Hospital of Saint John of Jerusalem (Latin: Ordo Fratrum Hospitalis Sancti Ioannis Hierosolymitani; Italian: Cavalieri dell’Ordine dell’Ospedale di San Giovanni di Gerusalemme), also known as the Order of Saint John, Order of Hospitallers, Knights Hospitaller, Knights Hospitalier or Hospitallers, was a medieval and early modern Catholic military order.
Soon after the Knights Templar founded their order in the Holy Land in 1118 AD they assimilated into a very ancient gnostic tradition and lineage known as the Johannite Church, which had been founded by St. John the Baptist more than a thousand years previously.
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Born as hospital of the Knights of St John of Jerusalem, currently Knights of Malta, and dedicated to St. John Baptist, the original core of the castle was built at mid-12th century not far from the important road axe among Perugia, the Trasimeno Lake and Tuscany.
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Bodrum marina with Castle of The Knights of St.John (The Castle of St. Peter) at background. Bodrum, Mugla province, Turkey. Stokesay Castle Hall and Church of St John the Baptist, Stokesay near Ludlow, Shropshire, England, UK.
Knights of St. John Back in AD 312, it was Constantine The Great who declared Christianity legal. Right after the Christian religion was declared legal, the Roman empire soon became empowered by the new religion and it spread rapidly through the entire empire.
* The Church of St. John the Baptist, Jerusalem * Crac des Chevaliers Archeological Sites * Picture tour of Crak Des Chevaliers Castle * Fortifications built by the Knights of St John, Malta * Knights of Malta, Impregnable Fort St Angelo The Palace of the Grandmasters in Valletta Worontzoff Palace Etching – Palace of the Order 1799
St. Comgall became the Patron of Clontarf and remained so until replaced by St. John the Baptist when the Parish came under the control of the Knights of St. John of Jerusalem in the 14th century.