It was in the Canterbury Cathedral in 1107 that Archbishop Thomas Becket was viciously killed by four knights who believed they were doing the bidding of King Henry II. As a result, Becket became a martyr and the cathedral a place of pilgrimage to his shrine.
It was in the Canterbury Cathedral in 1107 that Archbishop Thomas Becket was viciously killed by four knights who believed they were doing the bidding of King Henry II. As a result, Becket became a martyr and the cathedral a place of pilgrimage to his shrine. Chris Ison AP
It was in the Canterbury Cathedral in 1107 that Archbishop Thomas Becket was viciously killed by four knights who believed they were doing the bidding of King Henry II. As a result, Becket became a martyr and the cathedral a place of pilgrimage to his shrine. Chris Ison AP

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February 27, 2015 2:00 AM

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