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Knights of the Labarum
Harlan P. Beach
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In form, the labarum of Constantine was an adaptation of the already existing cavalry standard of the Roman army; the pagan emblems were merely replaced by Christian symbols.” (Catholic Encyclopedia ()/Labarum (Chi-Rho)) Note that the this alleged Christian symbol was originally a pagan emblem “known in antiquity”. The latest book was published in June and was entitled as “Blood on the Sand”. The Knights Templar Mysteries (Series by Michael Jecks) have about thirty-two books that are all available online where you can always read or buy a copy of the book. The genesis book of .
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Excerpt from Knights of the Labarum: Being Studies in the Lives of Judson, Duff, Mackenzie and Mackay The author hopes that in addition to a mastery of these outline factsAuthor: Harlan P. Beach. The labarum (Greek: λάβαρον) was a vexillum (military standard) that displayed the "Chi-Rho" symbol ☧, a christogram formed from the first two Greek letters of the word "Christ" (Greek: ΧΡΙΣΤΟΣ, or Χριστός) — Chi (χ) and Rho (ρ).
It was first used by the Roman emperor Constantine the Great. Get this from a library. Knights of the labarum; being studies in the lives of Judson, Duff, Mackenzie and Mackay.
[Harlan P Beach; Student Volunteer Movement for Foreign Missions.]. Coins and medallions minted during Emperor Constantine's reign also bore the Chi-Rho. By the yearthe Chi-Rho began to be used on Christian sarcophagi and frescoes.
The usurper Magnentius appears to have been the first to use the Chi-Rho monogram flanked by Alpha and Omega, on the reverse of some coins minted in Knights Templar Encyclopedia: The Essential Guide to the People, Places, Events, and Symbols of the Order of the Temple by. Karen Ralls (Goodreads Author) I just added my book to this list, A Templar Tale.
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In Knights the reality of knighthood is detailed, warts and all. This handsome reference tells the. Free 2-day shipping. Buy Knights of the Labarum: Being Studies in the Lives of Judson, Duff (Large Print Edition) at ritacrossley.comnd: Beach, Harlan Page.
The order has five degrees: Knight of the Red Cross of Constantine: This degree relates the well-known story of Constantine the Great, the Roman Emperor who was miraculously converted to the Christian faith. It tells of his divine vision, the institution of a special standard, his subsequent victory over the rival Emperor Maxentius and the.
Constantine had this Labarum carried before his legions as he defeated a much larger pagan Roman force outside of Rome. He directed some of his men to place the chi-rho on their shields and he wore it on his helmet.
Constantine selected 50 men, called the Praepositi Laberorum, to form a colour guard to protect the Labarum. Apr 26, · 5 Kids’ Books About Knights That Even Adults Can Love April 26, All my children’s book recommendations are here, or check out my children’s books Pinterest board.
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Secular orders, patterned loosely on the religious ones, but not limited to landless knights, also grew up, principally as honorary establishments by the kings or great nobles. These fifty Knights (later called the Knights of the Red Cross of Constantine) were chosen from Constantine’s own bodyguard unit (Theban Legion).
In war the Labarum was carried in the midst of its bodyguard in the forefront of the legions and in peace was housed in the Royal Palace in safety, each knight taking his turn to guard it for 24 hours. THE KNIGHT is book two in the Endgame series from New York Times bestselling author Skye Warren about revenge and seduction in the game of love.
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