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Thomas Becket appointed to Chancellor - 1155, Henry II backs down over the Constitutions of Clarendon. - 1172, Thomas Becket flees to France. - 1164, Thomas Becket appointed Archbishop of Canterbury - 1162, Constitutions of Clarendon. Thomas Becket put on trial for failing to support Henry II. - January 1164, Thomas Becket returns to England. He excommunicates Henry II's new bishops. - 1170, Henry II is crowned King of England - 1154, Thomas Becket murdered at Canterbury Cathedral. - December 1170,

Henry II and Thomas Becket Timeline

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