I am more interested in collecting the early European Monk Knights medal because of their intriguing and long-lasting history, their firm and devout convictions, unpretentious lives, and the ideals of salvation and salvation. Here's a history of the bade of the Holy Royal Savior of Spain and the establishment of this very mysterious Saint-Sauveur de Mont-Réal
Saint-Sauveur de Mont-Réal was the military reign of Alphonse I of Aragon (the principal part of Spain during the early Middle Ages) created during the Crusades between 1118 and 1128. Bit. The name of this knight group comes from the city Monreal del Campo. His first leader was Corne IV of Bearn.
Spanish Royal Holy Savior Knight Badge
Xingman badge is a silver octagonal sunburst star, with a toothed pattern on the edge of the starburst, a silver-plated center, an ancient knight's cross decorated with a horizontal pattern of red dragonflies, a golden badge, a white dragonfly background, and a blue dragonfly. The badge is gilded star-shaped in every cross quadrant. The manufacturer is Le Martel in Paris, France. The body of the star is a diameter of 85mm x 84mm.
Following the victory of the counterattack war in Zaragoza and Calatayud in 1118, Alphonse I established the city of Monreale del Campo in the Aragon region to protect the area from Almoravid of Valencia. Germany's takeover.
A group of knights from the Bernard sent from Clairvaux came to the camp of Monreal del Campo. He asked them to observe and defend the Christian canon's canons but did not restrict them from getting married. These knights were called "Monreal" in 1124 or 1311.
Around 1128, Archbishop William of Och. confirmed that they established the Knights of Monale del Campo. The Knights of the Royal Saviour is affiliated with the Spanish Crown and the Athens Juggernaut. The Honor organization will celebrate the 900th anniversary of the founding of the castle in Frankfurt, Germany, in 2018. The castle became the seat of the German Knights on February 17, 2017 and held a permanent exhibition.
Cross anchor of Gules. In the early days of the Knights, the knights of the Saint-Sauveur de Mont-Réal crossed the belly with the Gules pattern of the cross anchorage, which is still in circulation today. At present, the Knights of the Royal Holy Savior are active in Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, Spain and France and many other European countries. Each knight group has a priory formed by knights.