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Thomas a Becket
Archbishop of Canterbury who was killed in his own church because Henry II was mad at him
Latin for "Great Charter," it was signed by King John and often recognized at the start of a constitutional government in England
development of this helped standardize English spellings and bring the language into Modern English
king during the latter part of Shakespeare's life, some of Macbeth's story was altered to possibly impress him
he heard the predictions; was told his children would be kings; is killed for what he knows but returns as a ghost
ambitious wife of a thane who helps him become king; becomes unstable at the end and sleepwalks
eldest son of the murdered King of Scotland; fled to England; King of Scotland at the very end of the play
a steward of Olivia's household; wears yellow stockings (cross-gartered) and is locked up as part of a joke
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