consequences of the becket crisis

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Guy (immedaite)
Henry ll had no choice but to make concessions to the church
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Barlow (immedaite)
Pope alexander gained quite a lot during the immediate aftermath.
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Barlow (immedaite)
Pope was very reasonable, pope hadn't abused his position in 1172
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Guy (short)
Lively trade of selling beckets blood
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Guy
ultimately the papacy won if henry's aim was to extend power he failed
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Poole
the customs stood and were in fact generally restored so therefore henry won
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Barlow
recognised that the clerk was vassal with two lords - therefore both henry and the papacy won
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Barlow (immedaite)

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Pope alexander gained quite a lot during the immediate aftermath.

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Barlow (immedaite)

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Guy (short)

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Guy

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