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Thomas becket. St Thomas Becket enthroned as Archbishop of Canterbury from a Nottingham Alabaster in the Victoria & Albert Museum. Nottingham Alabaster panel depicting the return of St Thomas Becket from exile, in the Victoria & Albert Museum, London.

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St Thomas Becket enthroned as Archbishop of Canterbury from a Nottingham Alabaster in the Victoria & Albert Museum

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Nottingham Alabaster panel depicting the return of St Thomas Becket from exile, in the Victoria & Albert Museum, London

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St Thomas Becket meets Pope Alexander III at Sens, Nottingham Alabaster panel, late 15th century, Victoria & Albert Museum

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Генрих II и Томас Бекет - миниатюра из английской хроники XIV века

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13th-century manuscript illumination, an early depiction of Becket's assassination

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The martyrdom of St Thomas from the St Thomas Altarpiece commissioned in 1424, from Meister Francke by the Guild of English Merchants in Hamburg

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The burial of Becket

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Reliquary of St. Thomas Becket. Champlevé copper, engraved, chased, enameled and gilt. 1190–1200. From Palencia, region of León, Spain