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Thomas Becket Collection

Background imageThomas Becket Collection: Meppershall Chapel, 1915. Creator: Frederick Landseer Maur Griggs

Meppershall Chapel, 1915. Creator: Frederick Landseer Maur Griggs
Meppershall Chapel, 1915

Background imageThomas Becket Collection: Plate 11 for History of the Middle Ages, 1793. Creators: Daniel Nikolaus Chodowiecki

Plate 11 for History of the Middle Ages, 1793. Creators: Daniel Nikolaus Chodowiecki, Eberhard Siegfried Henne
Plate 11 for History of the Middle Ages, 1793

Background imageThomas Becket Collection: Group of Silver and Porcelain Rarities from the Sibthorp Collection, 1856. Creator: J. & A.W

Group of Silver and Porcelain Rarities from the Sibthorp Collection, 1856. Creator: J. & A.W
Group of Silver and Porcelain Rarities from the Sibthorp Collection, 1856. In the centre is a crystal cup, fitted into a silver frame and stand...On the left of this is a very handsome vase

Background imageThomas Becket Collection: The Conspirators in the private apartments of Thomas A'Becket shortly before his murder... 1862

The Conspirators in the private apartments of Thomas A'Becket shortly before his murder... 1862. Creator: Unknown
The Conspirators in the private apartments of Thomas A'Becket shortly before his murder: the Primate addressing Tracy - by J. Gilbert, 1862. Engraving of a painting

Background imageThomas Becket Collection: Henry Irving and Ellen Terry in Tennysons Becket at Windsor Castle, 1893, (1901)

Henry Irving and Ellen Terry in Tennysons Becket at Windsor Castle, 1893, (1901)
Henry Irving and Ellen Terry in Tennysons " Becket" at Windsor Castle, 1893, (1901). Actors Henry Irving (as Thomas Becket) and Ellen Terry (as Rosamund)

Background imageThomas Becket Collection: Henry Irving as 'Becket', c. 1893. Creator: Henry Herschel Hay Cameron

Henry Irving as "Becket", c. 1893. Creator: Henry Herschel Hay Cameron
Henry Irving as " Becket", c. 1893. British actor Henry Irving as archbishop and saint Thomas a Becket]. Photogravure

Background imageThomas Becket Collection: The Transept of the Martyrdom, 1898. Creator: Unknown

The Transept of the Martyrdom, 1898. Creator: Unknown
The Transept of the Martyrdom, 1898. Thomas Becket was murdered in the transept on Tuesday 29 December 1170 by knights of King Henry II, the cathedral became a place of pilgrimage

Background imageThomas Becket Collection: The Cathedral from the South-West, 1898. Creator: Unknown

The Cathedral from the South-West, 1898. Creator: Unknown
The Cathedral from the South-West, 1898. Canterbury Cathedral was and largely rebuilt in Gothic style following a fire in 1174 with extensions to accommodate the flow of pilgrims visiting the shrine

Background imageThomas Becket Collection: Henry II, (1133- 1189), 1830. Creator: Unknown

Henry II, (1133- 1189), 1830. Creator: Unknown
Henry II, (1133- 1189), 1830. Henry II (1133- 1189) King of England, Duke of Normandy and Aquitaine and Count of Anjou, considered an energetic and sometimes ruthless ruler

Background imageThomas Becket Collection: Scene of Martyrdom, Canterbury Cathedral, 1929. Creator: Unknown

Scene of Martyrdom, Canterbury Cathedral, 1929. Creator: Unknown
Scene of Martyrdom, Canterbury Cathedral, 1929. Canterbury Cathedral was founded in 597, completely rebuilt c1070-1077, enlarged at the beginning of the 12th century

Background imageThomas Becket Collection: Transept of the Martyrdom, Canterbury Cathedral, 1890. Creator: Unknown

Transept of the Martyrdom, Canterbury Cathedral, 1890. Creator: Unknown
Transept of the Martyrdom, Canterbury Cathedral, 1890. In the north west transept of Canterbury Cathedral and area known as the Martyrdom

Background imageThomas Becket Collection: Canterbury Cathedral, from the North-East, 1890. Creator: Unknown

Canterbury Cathedral, from the North-East, 1890. Creator: Unknown
Canterbury Cathedral, from the North-East, 1890. Founded in 597 and largely rebuilt in Gothic style following a fire in 1174 with extensions to accommodate the flow of pilgrims visiting the shrine of

Background imageThomas Becket Collection: Canterbury Cathedral - Interior View, Canterbury, England, c1910. Creator: Unknown

Canterbury Cathedral - Interior View, Canterbury, England, c1910. Creator: Unknown
Canterbury Cathedral - Interior View, Canterbury, England, c1910. Founded in 597, the cathedral was completely rebuilt between 1070 and 1077

Background imageThomas Becket Collection: Henry II, 1773. Creator: Charles Grignion

Henry II, 1773. Creator: Charles Grignion
Henry II, 1773. Henry II of England, (1133-1189) expanded empire and was driven by a desire to restore lands and privileges

Background imageThomas Becket Collection: Henry II serving the first dish to his son Henrys table, 1773. Creator: Unknown

Henry II serving the first dish to his son Henrys table, 1773. Creator: Unknown
Henry II serving the first dish to his son Henrys table, 1773. Henry II serves at the table of his son Young Henry after his Coronation by the Archbishop of York in 1169

Background imageThomas Becket Collection: The Martyrdom of Saint Thomas Becket, 1460s. Creator: Anonymous

The Martyrdom of Saint Thomas Becket, 1460s. Creator: Anonymous
The Martyrdom of Saint Thomas Becket, 1460s. Found in the Collection of Bibliotheque Nationale de France

Background imageThomas Becket Collection: Lewis VII. King of France, Before Beckets Tomb, (mid 19th century). Creator: J Rogers

Lewis VII. King of France, Before Beckets Tomb, (mid 19th century). Creator: J Rogers
Lewis VII. King of France, Before Beckets Tomb, (mid 19th century). King Louis VII of France (1120-1180) kneeling in prayer at the tomb of St Thomas Becket in Canterbury Cathedral

Background imageThomas Becket Collection: Canterbury, c1910

Canterbury, c1910. The Cathedral. Many Roman Antiquities. Scene of the Murder of Thomas a Becket. Population, 23, 730. Card from a game containing views of the chief towns in each county

Background imageThomas Becket Collection: King Henry II doing penance at the tomb of Thomas a Becket, Canterbury Cathedral

King Henry II doing penance at the tomb of Thomas a Becket, Canterbury Cathedral
King Henry II (1133-1189) doing penance at the tomb of Thomas a Becket. Henry ruled as King of England from 1154 to 1189. He was the first Plantagenet (or Angevin) King

Background imageThomas Becket Collection: Paintings of the apse of the church of Santa Maria de Terrassa with Pantocrator

Paintings of the apse of the church of Santa Maria de Terrassa with Pantocrator

Background imageThomas Becket Collection: Murder of Thomas Becket, Canterbury Cathedral, Kent, 1170 (1864)

Murder of Thomas Becket, Canterbury Cathedral, Kent, 1170 (1864). Archbishop of Canterbury from 1162, Becket (1120-1170) clashed almost incessantly with King Henry II over the question of

Background imageThomas Becket Collection: Thomas a Becket forbids the Earl of Leicester to pass sentence on him, 1162 (1864)

Thomas a Becket forbids the Earl of Leicester to pass sentence on him, 1162 (1864). Becket (1118-1170) became Archbishop of Canterbury in 1162

Background imageThomas Becket Collection: Henry II, King of England from 1154, (1932). Artist: Rosalind Thornycroft

Henry II, King of England from 1154, (1932). Artist: Rosalind Thornycroft
Henry II, King of England from 1154, (1932). Henry (1133-1189) reigned from 1154. Beneath the King is a picture of St Thomas Becket

Background imageThomas Becket Collection: Martyrdom of St. Thomas of Canterbury, c1484. Artist: William Caxton

Martyrdom of St. Thomas of Canterbury, c1484. Artist: William Caxton
Martyrdom of St. Thomas of Canterbury, c1484. Archbishop of Canterbury from 1162, Becket clashed almost incessantly with King Henry II over the question of the independence of the Church from

Background imageThomas Becket Collection: The Scene of Saint Thomas, 1912

The Scene of Saint Thomas, 1912. From The Mighty Army, by W. M. Letts, illustrated by Stephen Reid. [Wells Gardner, Darton & Co. Ltd, London, 1912]

Background imageThomas Becket Collection: The Martyrdom of Saint Thomas, 1912

The Martyrdom of Saint Thomas, 1912. Thomas Becket (1119-1170) was Archbishop of Canterbury from 1162 until his murder in 1170

Background imageThomas Becket Collection: Thomas a Becket (1118-1170), English churchman, saint and martyr, 1493

Thomas a Becket (1118-1170), English churchman, saint and martyr, 1493. Archbishop of Canterbury from 1162, Becket clashed almost incessantly with King Henry II over the question of the independence

Background imageThomas Becket Collection: Murder of the primate, 1170 (1864). Artist: James William Edmund Doyle

Murder of the primate, 1170 (1864). Artist: James William Edmund Doyle
Murder of the primate, 1864. Thomas Becket, (1120-1170) is murdered by Reginald Fitzurse, Hugh de Morville, William de Tracy, and Richard le Breton. From A Chronicle of England B.C. 55 - A.D

Background imageThomas Becket Collection: Becket forbids the Earl of Leicester to pass sentence on him, 1162 (1864)

Becket forbids the Earl of Leicester to pass sentence on him, 1162 (1864). Artist: James William Edmund Doyle
Becket forbids the earl of Leicester to pass sentence on him, 1864. Thomas Becket, (c1119 (or 1120) - 29 December 1170) was Archbishop of Canterbury from 1162 until his murder in 1170

Background imageThomas Becket Collection: Relics Associated with Thomas A Becket, 1886. Artist: Charles Lawrie

Relics Associated with Thomas A Becket, 1886. Artist: Charles Lawrie
Relics Associated with Thomas A Becket, 1886. Thomas a Becket (1118-1170), English churchman, saint and martyr, 1493. Archbishop of Canterbury from 1162

Background imageThomas Becket Collection: Gilbert a Becket, Thomas a Becket, c1860, (c1860). Artist: John Leech

Gilbert a Becket, Thomas a Becket, c1860, (c1860). Artist: John Leech
Gilbert a Becket, Thomas a Becket, c1860, (c1860). Thomas Becket, also known as Saint Thomas of Canterbury, (c1119-1170) was Archbishop of Canterbury from 1162 until his murder in 1170

Background imageThomas Becket Collection: The Murder of Thomas A Becket, 1902. Artist: Patten Wilson

The Murder of Thomas A Becket, 1902. Artist: Patten Wilson
The Murder of Thomas A Becket, 1902. Archbishop of Canterbury from 1162, Becket clashed almost incessantly with King Henry II over the question of the independence of the Church from the authority of

Background imageThomas Becket Collection: Thomas a Becket, taken from a series of cigarette cards, 1935

Thomas a Becket, taken from a series of cigarette cards, 1935
Thomas a Becket. Based on an ancient painting in Canterbury Cathedral. Taken from a series of cigarette cards entitled Celebrities of British History produced by Carreas Ltd, 1935

Background imageThomas Becket Collection: Death of Becket, 1170, (19th century). Artist: John Cross

Death of Becket, 1170, (19th century). Artist: John Cross
Death of Becket, 1170, (19th century). Thomas a Becket, Archbishop of Canterbury, was murdered by knights in Canterbury Cathedral on 29 December 1170

Background imageThomas Becket Collection: Penance of Henry before the shrine of Thomas a Becket

Penance of Henry before the shrine of Thomas a Becket
King Henry II (1133-1189) doing penance before the shrine of Thomas a Becket. Henry ruled as King of England from 1154 to 1189. He was the first Plantagenet (or Angevin) King

Background imageThomas Becket Collection: Murder of Thomas a Becket, 1170

Murder of Thomas a Becket, 1170. St Thomas Becket (c1118-1170) was Archbishop of Canterbury from 1162 to 1170. He is venerated as a saint and martyr by both the Roman Catholic Church

Background imageThomas Becket Collection: Louis VII, King of France before Beckets tomb, Canterbury Cathedral, 12th century (1800)

Louis VII, King of France before Beckets tomb, Canterbury Cathedral, 12th century (1800). Artist: W Sharp
Louis VII, King of France before Beckets tomb, Canterbury Cathedral, 12th century (1800). Louis (1120-1180) supported Thomas Becket in his dispute with Henry II of England

Background imageThomas Becket Collection: Thomas a Beckets grand Entry into London... 12th century, (19th century)

Thomas a Beckets grand Entry into London... 12th century, (19th century)
Thomas a Beckets grand Entry into London, attended by the Knights, Templars, Bishops etc 12th century, (19th century)

Background imageThomas Becket Collection: The Life of Thomas Becket, (1801). Artist: Joseph Strutt

The Life of Thomas Becket, (1801). Artist: Joseph Strutt
The Life of Thomas Becket, (1801). Scenes from the life of St Thomas a Becket (1120-1170). Reconciliation with Henry II; Thomas returns to England; News of Knights

Background imageThomas Becket Collection: Murder Of Thomas A Becket, 1170, (c1850)

Murder Of Thomas A Becket, 1170, (c1850). A swords crushing blow extinguished the life of Thomas Becket, Archbishop of Canterbury

Background imageThomas Becket Collection: Stained glass depiction of the murder of Thomas A Becket, 12th century

Stained glass depiction of the murder of Thomas A Becket, 12th century
Stained glass depiction of the murder of Thomas A Becket in Canterbury Cathedral on 29 December 1170

Background imageThomas Becket Collection: The murder of Thomas A Becket, 12th century

The murder of Thomas A Becket, 12th century
Stained glass image of the murder of Thomas A Becket in Canterbury Cathedral on 29th December 1170

Background imageThomas Becket Collection: Twelfth century illustration of the murder of St Thomas-a-Becket (1118-1170) from a psalter

Twelfth century illustration of the murder of St Thomas-a-Becket (1118-1170) from a psalter
Illustration, from a late 12th century psalter, of the murder of St Thomas-a-Becket on the 29th of December 1170. The leader of the murderers is Reginald Fitzurse - note the bear on his shield

Background imageThomas Becket Collection: The murder of Thomas a Becket, 1170 (1864)

The murder of Thomas a Becket, 1170 (1864)
The murder of Thomas a Becket, 1170 (1825). Archbishop of Canterbury from 1162, Becket clashed almost incessantly with King Henry II over the question of the independence of the Church from

Background imageThomas Becket Collection: The murder of Thomas a Becket, 1170 (1825)

The murder of Thomas a Becket, 1170 (1825). Archbishop of Canterbury from 1162, Becket clashed almost incessantly with King Henry II over the question of the independence of the Church from

Background imageThomas Becket Collection: Henry II and Thomas a Becket

Henry II and Thomas a Becket. Henry (1133-1189) became King of England in 1154. Here he is disputing with Thomas a Becket (1118-1170), Archbishop of Canterbury



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