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30,150.  The Barons forced King John to agree to limit his own power.  (Great Britain & England & Normans & John I)  Michael Wood, The Great British Story: A People’s History: The Norman Yoke 3/8

 

30,496.  It was Eleanor who secured the succession of her youngest son John.  (England & Norman & John I)  Dr Helen Castor, She Wolves: England’s Early Queens I, BBC 2012

 

30,541.  John’s brutality was matched by his incompetence in war.  (England & John I)  Dr Robert Bartlett, Inside The Medieval Mind IV: Power

 

 

30,571.  But John wanted more money: he was determined to fund an army to win back his Plantagenet birthright.  (England & John I & English Civil Wars)  Professor Robert Bartlett, The Plantagenets I, BBC 2014

 

30,572.  Once again the Plantagenets plunged England into Civil War.  (England & John I & English Civil Wars)  ibid.

 

 

36,531.  The throne of England was seriously indebted to the order.  King John had emptied the coffers of the treasury between 1260 and 1266 in order to finance his military operations; and Henry III likewise borrowed heavily from the Knights Templar.  (Knights Templar & John I & Henry III & Finance)  Eleanor Ferris, The Financial Relations of the Knights Templar to the English Crown

 

 

112,782.  But to praise John for being a royal filing clerk … a sign not of strength but of weakness.  (Monarchy & England & John I)  Monarchy by David Starkey s1e4: Dynasty

 

112,783.  The barons who had come fully armed presented their demands and King John, reluctantly and already in bad faith, granted what they wished.  The agreement became known as Magna Carta.  (Monarchy & England & John I)  ibid.  

 

 

77,897.  Relations between a state and its people can easily break down ... 800 years ago in England one such crisis – local, limited, particular ... a sort of blue-print ... It’s become a working constitution.  (John I & England & Magna Carta)  David Starkey's Magna Carta, BBC 2015

 

77,898.  King John certainly knew how to abuse power.  (John I & England & Magna Carta)  ibid.

 

77,899.  The king would issue Magna Carta, and the barons would swear fealty in return.  (John I & England & Magna Carta)  ibid.

 

 

94,426.  England 1194: You’re about to see a story about bold knights and beautiful maidens.  A story of love, and hatred, and prejudice.  (Knight & John I)  Ivanhoe 1982 starring James Mason & Anthony Andrews & Sam Neill & Michael Hordern & Olivia Hussey &, opening commentary

 

94,427.  Prince John!  (Knight & John I)  ibid.  chant and toast at table

 

94,428.  The devil is unchained.  Take heed.  He's escaped from France.  He’s back in England.  (Knight & John I)  ibid.  John

 

 

100,161.  This is the last journey of King John – the Magna Carta king.  (John I & Magna Carta & England & English Civil Wars)  Ben Robinson, The Last Journey of the Magna Carta King, BBC   

 

100,162.  It would lead to the invasion of England, the country ripped apart by civil war, and the king dead.  (John I & Magna Carta & England & English Civil Wars)  ibid.

 

 

135,939.  A piece of parchment written by a medieval scribe, an agreement written in a long dead language between two warring parties, it is a legendary documentary of near mystical significance with the power to change lives and shape human events.  They call it simply Magna Carta.  (England & Magna Carta & John I)  Magna Carta Revealed: People vs The Crown aka Secrets of the Magna Carta, Channel 5 2020

 

135,940.  ‘For generation after generation we have paid in blood for the freedoms that were first won in Magna Carta.’  (England & Magna Carta & John I)  ibid.  Historian

 

135,941.  $19m: word for word this is the most expensive document in the world, the most valuable piece of paper in human history.  (England & Magna Carta & John I)  ibid.  

 

135,942.  By the time of Robin Hood the English are fed up with the ruthless exploitation.  But there’s worst to come when in 1199 Richard the Lionheart is succeeded by his brother King John.  (England & Magna Carta & John I)  ibid.