This year in history
In the year 1170
Thomas Becket was slain inside his own cathedral by knights loyal to King Henry II of England. He was the Lord Chancellor of England and the Archbishop of Canterbury. He is most known for his conflict with King Henry II regarding the over the rights of the Church for which he was assassinated in the cathedral of Canterbury.
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