Hospitable Knight Cape

Hospitable Knight Cape

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The Order of the Hospital San Juan from Jerusalem has its origins about the year 1070, when a group of Italian merchants constructs a hospital in Jerusalem for the attention to the pilgrims.

When grows the popularity of the Templar, the Hospitable needs to change to warrior monks to be able to get the donations that were receiving the Military Orders, though they never left their welfare and charitable functions.
In 1306 they invaded the island of Rhodes establishing there their headquarters. Later they moved to the island of Malta, where they continued supporting the independence of their state and passed to be known as “The Knights of Malta”.

Hospitable Knight Cape,

  • Cape worn by the Hospitable Knight Order.
  • This black cotton hooded cape has a white velvet cross stitched to the left forearm area.
  • The frog has decorative leather rondels with a snap secure the front and a hood completes the cape.

This Hospitable Knight Cape matches our Hospitable Knight Tunic #W1520T (Sold separately)



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