Henry II and Thomas Becket

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AS - Level A Level History Revision (4. Dispute with Thomas Becket) Quiz on Henry II and Thomas Becket, created by Charlotte Peacock on 04/02/2014.
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Question 1

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In what year did Becket become the royal chancellor?
Answer
  • 1155
  • 1170
  • 1162

Question 2

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In what year did Becket become the archbishop of Canterbury?
Answer
  • 1162
  • 1155
  • 1168

Question 3

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What was the main Constitution that Becket and Henry disagreed on?
Answer
  • The punishment of Criminous Clerks
  • Henry's abrasive attempts to get the bishops to support his constitutions
  • His attitude towards Becket and the Church as subordinate to the crown

Question 4

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When did Becket flee England and go into exile?
Answer
  • 2 November 1164
  • 20 January 1164
  • 7 November 1165

Question 5

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Becket returned from exile to England 2 November 1164
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 6

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When was Becket murdered?
Answer
  • 29 December 1170
  • 1 December 1170
  • Christmas Day 1170

Question 7

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Peace was ratified for Henry's contribution towards Becket's murder at Clarendon 1172?
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 8

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When was Young Henry crowned by Archbishop Roger of York?
Answer
  • 14 June 1170
  • 1 December 1170
  • 3 March 1170

Question 9

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What date was the Treaty of Avranches?
Answer
  • 21 May 1172
  • 21 Feb 1173
  • 29 Dec 1170

Question 10

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Thomas was canonised by the Pope on 21 May 1172
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 11

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When and where was a reconciliation reached between Henry and Becket?
Answer
  • July 1170 Freteval
  • Jan 1169 Montmirail
  • Autumn 1169 Montmarte

Question 12

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Becket warned Henry of what would happen if he were to become archbishop
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 13

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Select THREE Constitutions of Clarendon
Answer
  • Restore the crown's right to control the elections to high ecclesiastical offices
  • Stop vassals of the King from being excommunicated
  • Remove all powers of the Church that impeded on Henry's new rules introduced by his restoration of royal authority campaign
  • Punish criminous clerks in a secular court and receive an appropriate secular punishment for crimes
  • Prevent sheriffs from being excommunicated
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