King John : treachery and tyranny in Medieval England : the road to Magna Carta
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New York : Pegasus Books, 2015.
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Book
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xiv, 382 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 24 cm
Language
English
ISBN
9781605988856, 1605988855

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Includes bibliographical references (pages 349-362) and index.
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King John is one of those historical characters who needs little in the way of introduction. If readers are not already familiar with him as the tyrant whose misgovernment gave rise to Magna Carta, we remember him as the villain in the stories of Robin Hood. Formidable and cunning, but also cruel, lecherous, treacherous and untrusting. Twelve years into his reign, John was regarded as a powerful king within the British Isles.

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Morris, M. (2015). King John: treachery and tyranny in Medieval England : the road to Magna Carta . Pegasus Books.

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Morris, Marc, 1973-. 2015. King John: Treachery and Tyranny in Medieval England : The Road to Magna Carta. New York: Pegasus Books.

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Morris, Marc, 1973-. King John: Treachery and Tyranny in Medieval England : The Road to Magna Carta New York: Pegasus Books, 2015.

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Morris, Marc. King John: Treachery and Tyranny in Medieval England : The Road to Magna Carta Pegasus Books, 2015.

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