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128  (p. 41.)<br>Order of the Knot.<br>Cf however VI. 121.<br>& 125, where a<br>different knot and<br>a full, though dif-<br>ferent a/c is given.<br>Cf VI. 121-&125[b],<br>&[g]<br><u>E. Ashmole</u>: Order of the Garter (1672) ( pp96, 107.B.)<br>Founded 26 May 1351 by <u>Louis, Prince of</u><br><s>Taa</s> <u>Tarentum</u> (Tarento) [? the 2nd husb. of<br>Qn. Joanna of Hungary] on the conclusion<br>of the war between Naples & Hungary and<br>the marriage of the two opponents on his corona-<br>tion day, when he became Kg. of Naples. <u>Mrs.</u><br><u>Bury Palliser</u>: "Historic Devices etc" however says<br>it was instituted 1252 ^<i>?misprint * </i>by Louis of Tarento,<br>2nd husb of <u>Qn Joanna</u>, & tt the badge was<br>of silk, gold & pearls, tied upon t arm as<br>a knot, & tt those invested vowed to undo<br>it at Jerusalem.  The drawing is from<br><u>Ashmole</u> who says the knot was the emblem<br>of Love and Friendship.  ( it is an overhand.)<br>* Louis the Great of Hungary flourished1344-82 ([Haziz?]. Hungary He<br>invaded Naples 1349.  Andrew, 1st hubs of Joanna murdered 1345.
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128  (p. 41.)<br>Order of the Knot.<br>Cf however VI. 121.<br>& 125, where a<br>different knot and<br>a full, though dif-<br>ferent a/c is given.<br>Cf VI. 121-&125[b],<br>&[g]<br><u>E. Ashmole</u>: Order of the Garter (1672) ( pp96, 107.B.)<br>Founded 26 May 1351 by <u>Louis, Prince of</u><br><s>Taa</s> <u>Tarentum</u> (Tarento) [? the 2nd husb. of<br>Qn. Joanna of Hungary] on the conclusion<br>of the war between Naples & Hungary and<br>the marriage of the two opponents on his corona-<br>tion day, when he became Kg. of Naples. <u>Mrs.</u><br><u>Bury Palliser</u>: "Historic Devices etc" however says<br>it was instituted 1252 ^<i>?misprint * </i>by Louis of Tarento,<br>2nd husb of <u>Qn Joanna</u>, & tt the badge was<br>of silk, gold & pearls, tied upon t arm as<br>a knot, & tt those invested vowed to undo<br>it at Jerusalem.  The drawing is from<br><u>Ashmole</u> who says the knot was the emblem<br>of Love and Friendship.  ( it is an overhand.)<br>* Louis the Great of Hungary flourished 1344-82 (Hayak. Hungary) He<br>invaded Naples 1349.  Andrew, 1st husb of Joanna murdered 1345.

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128 (p. 41.)
Order of the Knot.
Cf however VI. 121.
& 125, where a
different knot and
a full, though dif-
ferent a/c is given.
Cf VI. 121-&125[b],
&[g]
E. Ashmole: Order of the Garter (1672) ( pp96, 107.B.)
Founded 26 May 1351 by Louis, Prince of
Taa Tarentum (Tarento) [? the 2nd husb. of
Qn. Joanna of Hungary] on the conclusion
of the war between Naples & Hungary and
the marriage of the two opponents on his corona-
tion day, when he became Kg. of Naples. Mrs.
Bury Palliser: "Historic Devices etc" however says
it was instituted 1252 ^?misprint * by Louis of Tarento,
2nd husb of Qn Joanna, & tt the badge was
of silk, gold & pearls, tied upon t arm as
a knot, & tt those invested vowed to undo
it at Jerusalem. The drawing is from
Ashmole who says the knot was the emblem
of Love and Friendship. ( it is an overhand.)
* Louis the Great of Hungary flourished 1344-82 (Hayak. Hungary) He
invaded Naples 1349. Andrew, 1st husb of Joanna murdered 1345.