Canterbury cathedral was the location of the martyrdom of St Thomas Becket.
Thomas Becket was killed by knights . Whether or not that King Henry told him to, we just don't know.
He died in the year 1170
No, Thomas Becket was not a missionary.
No, Thomas Becket was not excommunicated. He was a martyr, however.
Thomas Becket was not called Thomas à Becket during his own lifetime. He was called Thomas à Becket, by people who wrote about him much later, possibly in imitation of the name Thomas à Kempis, who was another medieval monk. Also Thomas Becket was commonly known as "Thomas à Becket", although this form seems not to have been contemporaneous, but a post-Reformation adornment, possibly in imitation ofThomas à Kempis.
Thomas Becket was in exile for 6 years.
Thomas Becket was born on December 21, 1118.
Thomas Becket is buried in Canterbury Cathedral
Thomas Becket was buried in Canterbury Cathedral.
The date of the martyrdom of St Thomas Becket was 29 December 1170, at around 5 in the afternoon (monks were just beginning the Office of Vespers).
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Thomas Becket was born in Cheapside, London around 1118
Thomas Becket was murdered in Canterbury Cathedral.
Henry the II killed Thomas Becket.
Thomas Becket was Archbishop of the Catholic church of Canterbury. He was murdered in 1170.
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Thomas Becket became Archbishop formally on June 3, 1162. There is a link below to an article on Thomas Becket.
Thomas becket died in 29th December 1170 in Cantenburry cathedral
Thomas A Becket First School was created in 1985.
Thomas A Becket Middle School was created in 1985.
Thomas Becket Catholic School was created in 1975.
Becket was born in 1118.
Thomas Becket was martyred for his beliefs.