Henry II and T. Becket

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3 Responses to Henry II and T. Becket

  1. Cami Barletta! says:

    The appointement of Becket as the Archbishop:
    1.No because it is difficult to work with friends.
    2.Yes because perhaps he changed his mind.
    3.Yes because it made him powerful.
    Henry,Becket and the church courts:
    1.Because the punishments were not harsh enough.For me he was right because everyone shold have equal rights.
    2.Because he tought the church people were more important.
    The murder of Thomas a Becket.
    1.It was bad because they didn’t have to obey the thing that the King didn’t tell to them.
    2.No because he didn’t tell the knights to kill him.

    Cami Barletta!

  2. Catalina Rela says:

    The appointement of Becket as the Archbishop
    So, so because it’s difficult to work with friends and at the same time you can have
    good time.
    No because he dosen’t support him.
    Yes because he can make affairs.

    Henry, Becket and the church Courts
    Because the punishments were not so hard like Henry’s ones.

    The murder of Thomas Becket
    I think that they were OK because the king wanted that.
    No he obtained what he wanted.

    Cata Rela :)

  3. pancho says:

    The appointement of Becket as the Archbishop:
    It was difficult to work with friends and have all the power.
    No after the decicion of T.Becket the relationship.
    Because it make him more powerfull.
    It was wrong because the king expreced their feeling and the four night thougt that was an order.
    No because the nights anderstund another thing.

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