Templar Denarius, 10 coins
A Seal of the Knights Templar, with their famous image of two knights on a single horse, a symbol of their early poverty.
The text is in Greek and Latin characters, Sigillum Militum Xpisti: followed by a cross, which means “the Seal of the Soldiers of Christ”.
REV: Modified seal of Bertrand of Blanchefort from 1186. DE TEMPLO CRISTI.
- reverse: Sigillum Militum Xpisti = Seal of the Soldiers of Christ
- averse: de Templo Cristi = Of the church of Christ