Posted on February 25, 2012 by Tony McMahon
No event shook late twelfth century England as much as the cold-blooded murder of the Archbishop of Canterbury Thomas Becket in his own cathedral. The knights who plunged their swords in to him as he clutched at his altar believed…
Category: Templar History
Tags: Archbishop, Archbishop of Canterbury, canterbury, Canterbury Tale, catholic, england, henry, middle ages, norman, plantagenat, Thomas, thomas becket
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