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Magna Carta Conference Offers New Insights Into The 800-year-old Document

Magna Carta just celebrated its 800th birthday this past Monday. In honour of this incredible milestone, King’s College London, and the Magna Carta Project, hosted a 3 day conference dedicated to this historic document.

KZOO 2015: Session #42 – Magna Carta in Context

This coming week I’ll be featuring summaries on some of my favourites sessions and papers from #KZOO2015. I kicked off my first session on Thursday with the Magna Carta.

The Fortune of War: Henry I and Normandy, 1116 – 1120

The Fortune of War: Henry I and Normandy, 1116 – 1120 Dillon Byrd Oklahoma Christian University, Tau Sigma, Journal of Historical Studies, Vol.21 (2013) Abstract Henry I had great success in keeping the peace in England and Normandy, aside from the first two years of his reign. There were only two Norman uprisings against Henry, the first […]

The Eclipsed Scourge: The Pestilence of 1361 and the Origins of the English Peasants’ Revolt of 1381

The Eclipsed Scourge: The Pestilence of 1361 and the Origins of the English Peasants’ Revolt of 1381 By Benjamin Harry Farr Bachelor of Arts Thesis, Middlebury College, 2009 Introduction: King Richard II rode out to Mile End accompanied by all of the members of his Council – with the exception of Robert Hales and Simon […]

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