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Officially the Knights were disbanded in the early 14th century, beginning in France with King Phillip the Fourth prosecuting them for multiple reasonsKing Philip IV prosecuting them for multiple reasons (the Templars had lost standing after the Third CrusadeThird Crusade, public mistrust, and the King owed money to the order), with other countries to follow. Pope Clement the FifthPope Clement V disbanded the Order in 1312.

Officially the Knights were disbanded in the early 14th century, beginning in France with King Phillip the Fourth prosecuting them for multiple reasons (the Templars had lost standing after the Third Crusade, public mistrust, and the King owed money to the order), with other countries to follow. Pope Clement the Fifth disbanded the Order in 1312.

Officially the Knights were disbanded in the early 14th century, beginning in France with King Philip IV prosecuting them for multiple reasons (the Templars had lost standing after the Third Crusade, public mistrust, and the King owed money to the order), with other countries to follow. Pope Clement V disbanded the Order in 1312.

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Officially the Knights were disbanded in the early 12th14th century, beginning in France with King Phillip the Fourth prosecuting them for multiple reasons (the Templars had lost standing after the Third Crusade, public mistrust, and the King owed money to the order), with other countries to follow. Pope Clement the Fifth disbanded the Order in 1312.

Officially the Knights were disbanded in the early 12th century, beginning in France with King Phillip the Fourth prosecuting them for multiple reasons (the Templars had lost standing after the Third Crusade, public mistrust, and the King owed money to the order), with other countries to follow. Pope Clement the Fifth disbanded the Order in 1312.

Officially the Knights were disbanded in the early 14th century, beginning in France with King Phillip the Fourth prosecuting them for multiple reasons (the Templars had lost standing after the Third Crusade, public mistrust, and the King owed money to the order), with other countries to follow. Pope Clement the Fifth disbanded the Order in 1312.

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Officially the Knights were disbanded in the early 12th century, beginning in France with King Phillip the Fourth prosecuting them for multiple reasons (the Templars had lost standing after the Third Crusade, public mistrust, and the King owed money to the order), with other countries to follow. Pope Clement the Fifth disbanded the Order in 1312.

As for if they still exist, that's a question that the folks at skeptics stackexchange have probably chewed on by now.

Officially the Knights were disbanded in the early 12th century, beginning in France with King Phillip the Fourth prosecuting them for multiple reasons (the Templars had lost standing after the Third Crusade, public mistrust, and the King owed money to the order), with other countries to follow. Pope Clement the Fifth disbanded the Order in 1312.

As for if they still exist, that's a question that the folks at skeptics stackexchange have probably chewed on by now.

Officially the Knights were disbanded in the early 12th century, beginning in France with King Phillip the Fourth prosecuting them for multiple reasons (the Templars had lost standing after the Third Crusade, public mistrust, and the King owed money to the order), with other countries to follow. Pope Clement the Fifth disbanded the Order in 1312.

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