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clerk of Archbishop Theobald
12, 45–7, 238–9

chancellor 13–14, 48–5, 55–1, 239
embassy to Paris (1158) 13,

55–6
military campaigns 13, 57–9
familiarity with Henry II 13,

52–3
promotion to Canterbury (1163)

14, 35, 58–69, 97, 133, 221,
225–7, 239
considers promotion 58–61
election 61–4, 226–7
consecration 65–6
prognostic 66n.81, 191n.19,

227
change of life 14–15, 61, 64,

66–7, 239
life as archbishop 67–9

dispute with the king 2–3, 15–
20, 70–115
initial concord 72–5
reclaims Canterbury lands 16,

70–2
excommunicates William of

Eynesford (1163) 78–9,
94n.68

at the Council of Westminster
(1163) 80–3

interview with Henry at
Northampton (1163) 17,
83–5

at the Council of Clarendon
(1164) 87–91, 229

attempts to flee England
(1164) 18, 93n.66, 99–100,
230

at the Council of
Northampton (1164) 100–
15, 231

exile 20–8, 116–82
flight 20–2, 93n.66, 116–28,

159, 220, 232, 240
resigns office to pope 22,

133–4, 239
Pontigny, stay at 22–3, 134,

136–42, 220

appointed papal legate 23, 139
sends letters of mounting

severity 23–4, 139, 220–1
removed from Pontigny 147–
9
Sens, stay at 132–4, 163

excommunications and suspen-
sions 25
Vézelay (1166) 23, 35, 144–5,

220
Clairvaux and Ascension Day

(1169) 153–4, 164–6
renewed (1169) 166, 172
of the bishops involved in the

coronation (1170) 28, 181–
4, 196–7, 201, 241–2

Christmas (1170) 30, 193,
197, 201

negotiations
between Gisors and Trie

(1167) 151–2
at Montmirail (1169) 154–62
at Montmartre (1169) 26–7,

169–72
at Fréteval (1170) 27, 174–7

return to England 29, 241, 178–
87

prepares for return 178, 180
reception in England 29, 183–6
attempts to visit the young

king 185–6
threatened by the de Broc

family 186–7
portents of death 178–9, 182,

186–7
prepares for death 187, 191–4

murder 28–32, 195–203, 243
plot 189–92, 194–5
interview with the murderers

196–8
ushered into the cathedral

199–200
confronts the murderers 201–2
death 202–3
plunder of the palace 203–4
appearance of body 204
burial 205

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INDEX 255

cult 32–3, 38
blood of St Thomas 204–6,

209–10
miracles 204–10, 212, 238,

243
miracle collections 8, 32–3,

206–7
pilgrimage to Canterbury

206–7, 209–10
canonisation (1173) 217

Thomas FitzBernard 144
Toulouse campaign (1159) 13, 57,

103, 226, 227
Tours, papal council of (1163) 16,

72–4
two swords 75, 227

Urban, abbot of Cercamp 139

Vexin campaign (1161) 58–9
Victor IV, antipope 22
Vivian, archdeacon of Orvieto 26,

164, 166–9

Walter, bishop of Rochester 62–3,
65–6, 102, 146, 185

Welsh, attacks by 59
Westminster, Council of (1163) 17,

75n.17, 79–83, 155–6, 160, 228
William, abbot of Ramsey 52
William, earl of Gloucester 103
William d’Aubigny, earl of Arundel

130
William de Courcy, seneschal of

Normandy 100–1

William de Mandeville, earl of
Essex 192

William de Tracy 30–1, 190–1, 202,
214

see also murderers
William I the Conqueror, king of

England 71, 112, 175–6
William II Rufus, king of England 21
William FitzHerbert, archbishop of

York 46
William FitzJohn, guardian of the

young king, 192
William Fitzstephen 200n.39; 4, 7,

8-9, 17, 23, 28, 32, 39, 42,
45, 48, 50, 53

William of Canterbury 4, 8, 200n.39;
25, 34, 43, 47, 54

William of Eynsford 16, 78–9, 94, 103
William of Newburgh 39, 62
William of Pavia, cardinal 25–6,

61n.60, 150–3, 172
William of Ros 71
William of the White Hands,

archbishop of Sens 157, 162,
194, 211, 215

William of Ypres 49
William the Lion, king of Scotland

214, 217, 219
Winchester, bishop of 186
Woodstock, Council of (1163) 16,

76–7
Woodstock (or Oxford?), meeting of

Thomas and Henry at (1163)
87, 228

Würtzburg, Diet of (1165) 139

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