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the church gained most power after Thomas Becket died as the king wanted help to win the battle he had planned so he asked the pope for his help but the pope said that he would have to show how sorry he was and the king had to walk three miles barefooted and then by Becket's tomb had to be whipped 5 times by each bishop that turned up and 3 times by each monk that turned up Henry won the war but he was still humiliated publically and so that meant that he lost power because people couldn't trust him any more but people from all around flogged to Becket's tomb and paid money to the church the church also gained power from the people as it had just lost their archbishop so felt sorry and were sympathetic for the church which meant that the went to more services and listened to them more so the church may have taken advantage of that and made some things up he also was mad ea saint two years later so that meant more people came which meant more power was gained by the church

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The crown because the crown was more smart

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