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Knights of St. George

Knights of St. George may refer to:

Chivalric orders:

  • Order of Sant Jordi d'Alfama, founded by King Peter II of Aragon in 1201, amalgamated with the Order of Montesa in 1400
  • Order of Saint George (Kingdom of Hungary), established by King Charles of Hungary in 1326
  • Sacred Military Constantinian Order of Saint George, a Roman Catholic order legendarily founded by Constantine the Great, actually established between 1520 and 1545
  • Old Order of Saint George, named Order of the Four Emperors, established by Count Philipp Ferdinand of Limburg-Stirum in 1768

Orders of merit:

  • Royal Order of Saint George for the Defense of the Immaculate Conception, founded by Elector Maximilian II Emanuel of Bavaria in 1726
  • Order of St. George, founded by Catherine the Great of Russia in 1769
  • Order of St Michael and St George, founded by Prince Regent George IV of the United Kingdom in 1818
  • Order of St. George (Hanover), founded by King Ernest Augustus I of Hanover in 1839
  • Order of Saints George and Constantine, founded by King George II of Greece in 1936
  • George Medal, founded by King George VI of the United Kingdom in 1940

See also

  • Order of St. George
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