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“If gold rusts, what then can iron do?” ― Geoffrey Chaucer, The Canterbury Tales

Becket casket C). This reliquary once held some of the remains of Archbishop Thomas à Becket, who was murdered in Canterbury Cathedral in Medieval Life, Medieval Art, Catholic Art, Religious Art, Wood Box Design, High Middle Ages, Classical Antiquity, Medieval Jewelry, Early Christian

Becket casket 12th century AD From Limoges, France A Thomas à Becket reliquary found in Naples

Free Technology for Teachers: The Canterbury Tales in Rap Form 9th Grade English, Middle School English, English Class, Ap Literature, British Literature, English Teaching Materials, Teaching English, English Resources, English Activities

The Rap Canterbury Tales, by Baba Brinkman

The Rap Canterbury Tales by Baba Brinkman, released 06 December 2004 1. General Prologue 2. The Knight's Tale Scene 1 3. The Knight's Tale Scene 2 4. The Knight's Tale Scene 3 5. The Miller's Prologue 6. The Miller's Tale 7. Rhyme Renaissance Prologue 8. The Rhyme Renaissance 9. The Pardoner's Prologue 10. The Pardoner's Tale 11. The Wife of Bath's Prologue 12. The Wife of Bath's Tale 13. Retraction

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Pilgrim badge depicting the execution of the Archbishop, Thomas Becket, in Canterbury Cathedral by the four knights Reginald Fitzurse, Richard le Bret, Hugh de Moreville and William de Tracy in From site Medieval, Canterbury Cathedral, London History, London Museums, History Museum, Pilgrimage, Family History, Google Images, Knight

Discover London through history | Museum of London

Discover London's history, from Roman London to the Suffragettes to Fatberg. Read stories of London and uncover hidden treasures of our collections.

"I had forgotten how palatial is that vast dome of a narthex and a church – like a hollow meadow found in the midst of a grove of ancient trees, reaching up towards heaven into murky depths where great beams are dimly glimpsed and the tiny patterings of a European History, British History, Canterbury Cathedral, Famous Graves, I Have Forgotten, Story Of The World, St Thomas, Place Of Worship, British Isles

The candle marking where Saint Thomas a'Beckett was murdered in Canterbury Cathedral in Great Britain

Anglicanism One of the oldest and most famous Christian buildings in England is the Canterbury Cathedral. It is the Cathedral of the Anglican Archbishop of Canterbury, the Primate of all England and leader of the Church of England. Canterbury Cathedral, Cathedral Church, Bournemouth, The Places Youll Go, Places To See, Canterbury Tales, Canterbury England, Kent England, Visit England

Retouched from a black and white photo taken in 1890, this is Canterbury Cathedral - the site of the infamous murder of St. Thomas Beckett and, of course, the goal of the pilgrims in Chaucer's immortal "Canterbury Tales."

Cigarette Card - Canterbury Pilgrims in London Churchman's Cigarettes "The Story of London" (series of 50 issued in Canterbury Pilgrims, 1380 ~ depicted at The Old Tabbard Inn, Southwark Canterbury Tales, Cigarette Box, Pilgrims, 14th Century, Book Series, Britain, Scotland, Brother, Old Things

Cigarette Card - Canterbury Pilgrims in London Churchman's Cigarettes "The Story of London" (series of 50 issued in 1934) #14 Canterbury Pilgrims, 1380 ~ depicted at The Old Tabbard Inn, Southwark

The Becket Casket designed to hold the relics of Archbishop of Canterbury, Thomas Beckett(1118-1170) who was murdered and made a saint in 1173.  His Shrine is at Canterbury, England. Canterbury England, Blog Websites, Story Of The World, Medieval Times, Treasure Boxes, Victoria And Albert Museum, Casket, 15th Century, Roman Empire

The Becket Casket designed to hold the relics of Archbishop of Canterbury, Thomas Beckett(1118-1170) who was murdered and made a saint in 1173. His Shrine is at Canterbury, England.

The Graphic Canon Vol 1 - Canterbury Tales, Wife of Bath British Literature, Teaching Literature, World Literature, Literature Circles, English Literature, English Lesson Plans, English Lessons, Canterbury Tales, English Classroom

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Geoffrey Chaucer, explained. Art/adaptation by Seymour Chwast. From The Graphic Canon, Volume 1 (Seven Stories Press).