5 edition of Thomas Becket found in the catalog.
by Rosen Publishing Group
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||112|
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The focus of the book is of course the dispute between Thomas Becket and Henry II, principally over the liberties of the church but increasingly dominated by their acrimonious personal conflict, that arose from the issue of criminous clerks, became conflated with the archbishop's defence of the rights of the church of Canterbury, and was to /5(92).
of results for Books: "thomas becket" Thomas Becket: Warrior, Priest, Rebel, Victim: A Year-Old Story Retold by John Guy | St. Thomas Becket, also called Thomas à Becket or Thomas of London, (born c.
Cheapside, London, England—died DecemCanterbury, Kent; canonized ; feast day December 29), chancellor of England (–62) and archbishop of Canterbury (–70) during the reign of King Henry career was marked by a long quarrel with Henry that.
Thomas Becket. Whether that name makes you think of Canterbury, martyrs, or Richard Burton; it regardless is a powerful name.
Prolific biographer/historian (and husband of fellow biographer Julia Fox), John Guy opens the door to explore who Becket truly was in Thomas Becket: Warrior, Priest, Rebel/5.
Saint Thomas à Becket, or Saint Thomas Becket, –70, English martyr, archbishop of Canterbury, b. London. He is called St. Thomas of Canterbury and occasionally St.
Thomas of London. Early Career and Chancellor He came from a middle-class Norman family and was well educated, completing his studies at the Univ. of Paris.