Reginald FitzUrse, Hugh de Moreville, William de Tracy and Richard le Breton.
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they were beheaded
Thomas Becket was killed by 4 knights sent by king Henry the second in 1170 in a church.
because thomas becket was nasty to the king
Thomas Becket was killed by four knights who used their swords to kill him.
There are believed to have been four knights who killed Thomas Becket. One was known to be Sir Thomas Tracy, a distant relative of mine.
They were old friends who had a fight and Henry's knights killed Thomas Becket
Thomas Becket was killed by knights . Whether or not that King Henry told him to, we just don't know.
his knights killed for Henry's sake killed Thomas Becket
Reginald Fitzurse, William de Tracey and Richard le Breton all murdered Thomas Becket.
No- one, the knights came back to the king and said what they had done and then have said to been whipped.
He waS wierd
Thomas Becket fled to France in 1164, and came back in 1170. He was then killed by four knights, that Henry had sent, on the 29th December 1170. :(
He didnt kill him four knights overheard him say "will nobody rid me of this troublesome priest!" in a fit of rage. The knights thinking they would get a reward went and killed Thomas Becket.
thomas becket was murdered because the knights thought that the king wanted thomas becket dead
The four Knights were Reginald FitzUrse, Hugh de Moreville, William de Tracy, and Richard le Breton.
Four knights, Reginald FitzUrse, Hugh de Moreville, William de Tracy and Richard le Breton.
Thomas Becket was murdered in Canterbury Cathedral.
Henry the II killed Thomas Becket.
He was killed in Canterbury Cathedral.
Thomas becket died in 29th December 1170 in Cantenburry cathedral
to worship the Thomas a Becket shrine, a martyr killed by King Henry II's knights in the cathedral in 1170
Thomas Becket after being in France for about six years returned to show he was not a coward and tried to defeat king Henry 2nd He went to the Canterbury catherdal and was murdered in sight of everyone by the kings knights questions still remain unanswered about if the king himself ordered Becket to be murdered by the knights. The knights believed they were doing the king's bidding.