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Enforcers of Magna Cartalocked

(act. 1215–1216)
  • Matthew Strickland


Enforcers of Magna Carta (act. 1215–1216), were a group of barons who stood in the forefront of the opposition to the increasingly tyrannical rule of King John, and were entrusted with the enforcement of the terms of Magna Carta, 'the great charter of liberties' as it was already known just ten years later, formally granted by him at ...

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Camden Society