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Main Facts on his Life.

In the year 1118, he was born in Cheapside(im guessing it was a cheapside of town get it LOL)in London,England.



He was Murdered(lovely)and stabbed brutally.

When he was being murdered one of the solidiers hit him so hard in the head,the sword broke!

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He died in the year 1170 in Canterbury Cathederal

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I hoped this helped if you want any simple answers.Sorry only some are gory.

This is best for Y7's who are in Mr Dohertys class as he wanted some gory facts about him.

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Thomas Becket died on 29th December, 1170 at Canterbury cathedral.

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December 29, 1170

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29th December 1170

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