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Where was Thomas Becket murdered in the Cathedral?

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He was killed in Canterbury Cathedral.

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What is the name of cathedral in which Thomas Becket was killed?

Thomas Becket was murdered in Canterbury Cathedral.


Which cathedral is is thomas becket killed in?

he was murdered in Canterbury cathedral


Where was Thomas Becket murdered?

In Cantebury Cathedral.


Where did Thomas Becket get murdered?

Canterbury Cathedral.


Where was St. Thomas Becket murdered?

Thomas Becket was murdered in Canterbury Cathedral, in Canterbury, Kent, England, on December 29, 1170.


Which cathedral was a archbishop in 1170 murdered?

That would be Canterbury Cathedral where Thomas Becket was assassinated.


Who was the archbishop of Canterbury that got murdered in the cathedral?

thomas becket died in 1170


Where was St. Thomas a Becket martyred?

Thomas was murdered on December 29, 1170, in the Cathedral at Canterbury, England.


When did Thomas Becket die?

In 1170. By: SobanaOn December 29 1170, four knights brutally murdered the Archbishop of Canterbury, Thomas Becket in the Canterbury Cathedral.1170


In what cathedral did Thomas becket die?

Canterbury cathedral was the location of the martyrdom of St Thomas Becket.


Who killied Thomas Becket?

(Thomas a Becket, Archbishop of Canterbury) King Henry ordered his death. On December 29, 1170, a band of armed men came to Canterbury and murdered Thomas in the cathedral.


Who was murdered in his cathedral in Canterbury England in 1170?

St. Thomas Becket, Archbishop of Canterbury, was martyred in his Cathedral. You can read the entire account here:http://www.catholic.org/saints/saint.php?saint_id=12


What connection does Canterbury cathedral have to thomas becket?

Thomas Becket was the Archbishop of Canterbury. His connection was that he was the Archbishop in Canterbury Cathedral.


What events had happened in 1170 in December at the Canterbury cathedral?

thomas a becket was murdered by men in the employ of Henry II


Where was Thomas Becket stabbed?

Thomas Becket was murdered in thecathedral ofCanterbury on the 29 ofDecember, 1170 at around 4.00-4.30 pm (during the day). i hope that is help for you.


Who murdered Thomas Becket and why?

king the second murdered Thomas Becket because he didnt support the king


Where is Thomas a' Becket buried?

Thomas Becket is buried in Canterbury Cathedral


Where was Thomas Becket first buried?

Thomas Becket was buried in Canterbury Cathedral.


When was Thomas Becket made an archbishop?

Thomas Beckett was appointed Archbishop of Canterbury in 1162 and was murdered in Canterbury Cathedral on December 29th 1170.


Why archbishop Thomas Beckett murdered?

thomas becket was murdered because the knights thought that the king wanted thomas becket dead


Where was Thomas a Becket buried?

Thomas Becket was buried in the cathedral at Canterbury. The cathedral became a major destination for pilgrims because he was buried there.


How is Canterbury Cathedral related to the story of Thomas Γ  Becket?

Becket lived near Canterbury Cathedral.


Why was Thomas Becket murdered?

Thomas Becket was murdered as he refused to help king Henry II and excomunicated him, so, behind the kings back, 4 nights made revenge on Thomas and murdered him in Canterbury Cathedral which made quite some popularity of shock as it is sanctuary... unbelievable for something as horrific to happen in a holy place.


Where did Thomas Becket die?

St Thomas Becket was murdered in the north-west transept near the altar of St Benedict at Canterbury cathedral, Kent, England.Thomas Becket, Archbishop of Canterbury, was assassinated in Canterbury Cathedral on December 29, 1170. Four knights, loyal to King Henry, set out to kill him following a request by the King.


Who was Thomas Becket-?

Thomas Becket was Archbishop of the Catholic church of Canterbury. He was murdered in 1170.