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******** Charter of King John, 9th May, 1215. Issued by the king a few weeks before the Magna Carta, this document grants Londoners the right to choose themselves a mayor each year, 'faithful, discreet and fit to govern the city'
Code: H330241
Artist: ********
Title: Charter of King John, 9th May, 1215. Issued by the king a few weeks before the Magna Carta, this document grants Londoners the right to choose themselves a mayor each year, 'faithful, discreet and fit to govern the city'
Location: Museum of London - London
Credits: Photo Scala Florence/Heritage Images

******** Charter of King John, 9th May, 1215. Issued by the king a few weeks before the Magna Carta, this document grants Londoners the right to choose themselves a mayor each year, 'faithful, discreet and fit to govern the city'
Code: H330241
Artist: ********
Title: Charter of King John, 9th May, 1215. Issued by the king a few weeks before the Magna Carta, this document grants Londoners the right to choose themselves a mayor each year, 'faithful, discreet and fit to govern the city'
Genre: Documentary
Period/Style: Medieval
Location: Museum of London
Genre: Documentary
Period/Style: Medieval
Location: Museum of London
******** Facsimile edition of the Magna Carta, English charter, 1215 (1816). Magna Carta, also called Magna Carta Libertatum, limited the rights of the monarch and is regarded as being the first step in establishing the rule of constitutional law that applies today. King John was compelled to sign it at Runnymede in the face of a baronial revolt.
Code: H600586
Artist: ********
Title: Facsimile edition of the Magna Carta, English charter, 1215 (1816). Magna Carta, also called Magna Carta Libertatum, limited the rights of the monarch and is regarded as being the first step in establishing the rule of constitutional law that applies today. King John was compelled to sign it at Runnymede in the face of a baronial revolt.
Location: Stapleton Historical Collection - London
Credits: Photo Scala Florence/Heritage Images

******** Facsimile edition of the Magna Carta, English charter, 1215 (1816). Magna Carta, also called Magna Carta Libertatum, limited the rights of the monarch and is regarded as being the first step in establishing the rule of constitutional law that applies today. King John was compelled to sign it at Runnymede in the face of a baronial revolt.
Code: H600586
Artist: ********
Title: Facsimile edition of the Magna Carta, English charter, 1215 (1816). Magna Carta, also called Magna Carta Libertatum, limited the rights of the monarch and is regarded as being the first step in establishing the rule of constitutional law that applies today. King John was compelled to sign it at Runnymede in the face of a baronial revolt.
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: Stapleton Historical Collection
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Location: Stapleton Historical Collection
Vertue, George (1684-1756) John, King of England, (18th century). John, (c1166-1216) succeeded his elder brother Richard I (known as 'Richard the Lionheart') as King of England on April 6, 1199. He is best remembered for his power struggle with the barons that led to him being compelled to sign the Magna Carta in 1215.
Code: H600159
Artist: Vertue, George (1684-1756)
Title: John, King of England, (18th century). John, (c1166-1216) succeeded his elder brother Richard I (known as 'Richard the Lionheart') as King of England on April 6, 1199. He is best remembered for his power struggle with the barons that led to him being compelled to sign the Magna Carta in 1215.
Location: Stapleton Historical Collection - London
Credits: Photo Scala Florence/Heritage Images

Vertue, George (1684-1756) John, King of England, (18th century). John, (c1166-1216) succeeded his elder brother Richard I (known as 'Richard the Lionheart') as King of England on April 6, 1199. He is best remembered for his power struggle with the barons that led to him being compelled to sign the Magna Carta in 1215.
Code: H600159
Artist: Vertue, George (1684-1756)
Title: John, King of England, (18th century). John, (c1166-1216) succeeded his elder brother Richard I (known as 'Richard the Lionheart') as King of England on April 6, 1199. He is best remembered for his power struggle with the barons that led to him being compelled to sign the Magna Carta in 1215.
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: Stapleton Historical Collection
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Location: Stapleton Historical Collection
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