Teutonic Knight Timeline

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  • 1189 CE - 1192 CE
    The Third Crusade is formed with the aim of recapturing Jerusalem for Christendom. Although some cities were recaptured, Jerusalem was not one of them.
  • c. 1190 CE
    Teutonic knights establish a field hospital at Acre during the Third Crusade.
  • May 1198 CE
    The Order of Teutonic Knights is officially sanctioned by Pope Innocent III.
  • 1242 CE
    An army of Teutonic knights is defeated by the Russians at Lake Peipus.
  • 1244 CE
    The Teutonic Order adopts a white surcoat and black cross insignia for all knights.
  • 1244 CE
    At the battle of La Forbie near Gaza against an Ayyubid army, a devastating 437 of 440 Teutonic knights are killed.
  • 1271 CE
    The Mamluks of Egypt and Syria capture Montfort fortress, headquarters of the Teutonic Order.
  • 1291 CE
    The Mamluks of Egypt and Syria capture Acre, the headquarters of the Teutonic Order.
  • 1291 CE - 1309 CE
    Venice is the headquarters of the Teutonic Order.
  • 1308 CE
    The Teutonic Order acquires Danzig and eastern Pomerania.
  • 1309 CE
    The headquarters of the Teutonic Order is moved to a fortified convent at Marienburg in Prussia.
  • 1346 CE
    The Teutonic Order acquires control of northern Estonia.
  • 15 Jul 1410 CE
    At the battle of Tannenburg an army of Teutonic knights is wiped out.
  • 1457 CE
    The headquarters of the Teutonic Order is relocated to Konigsberg.
  • 1525 CE
    The Teutonic Order is secularized in Prussia.
  • 1562 CE
    The Teutonic Order is secularized in Livonia.

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1189 CE - 1192 CE: The Third Crusade is formed with the aim of recapturing Jerusalem for Christendom. Although some cities were recaptured, Jerusalem was not one of them.
 
 
1190 CE: Teutonic knights establish a field hospital at Acre during the Third Crusade.
 
 
1198 CE: The Order of Teutonic Knights is officially sanctioned by Pope Innocent III.
 
 
1242 CE: An army of Teutonic knights is defeated by the Russians at Lake Peipus.
 
 
1244 CE: The Teutonic Order adopts a white surcoat and black cross insignia for all knights.
 
1244 CE: At the battle of La Forbie near Gaza against an Ayyubid army, a devastating 437 of 440 Teutonic knights are killed.
 
1271 CE: The Mamluks of Egypt and Syria capture Montfort fortress, headquarters of the Teutonic Order.
 
1291 CE: The Mamluks of Egypt and Syria capture Acre, the headquarters of the Teutonic Order.
 
1291 CE - 1309 CE: Venice is the headquarters of the Teutonic Order.
 
 
1308 CE: The Teutonic Order acquires Danzig and eastern Pomerania.
 
 
1309 CE: The headquarters of the Teutonic Order is moved to a fortified convent at Marienburg in Prussia.
 
1346 CE: The Teutonic Order acquires control of northern Estonia.
 
1410 CE: At the battle of Tannenburg an army of Teutonic knights is wiped out.
 
1457 CE: The headquarters of the Teutonic Order is relocated to Konigsberg.
 
1525 CE: The Teutonic Order is secularized in Prussia.
 
1562 CE: The Teutonic Order is secularized in Livonia.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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