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Person: JOHN, King   (1166-1216)

Biographical summary of this person
Name
King JOHN
Gender
male
Relevance of this person
King of England; subject of lantern slides
Main period of activity
N/A
Other internet resources
Chronology
Date
Age
Event/activity
24 December 1166
born at
Slides showing image of this person
slide image -- Signing of Magna Chartaslide image -- King John signing Magna Chartaslide image -- [King John]slide image -- King Johnslide image -- Worcester Cathedral, King John's Tombslide image -- King John's Tomb, Worcester Cathedral
Slide set references

image appears in: English Church history: Lecture IV -- Growth of Papal despotism in Britain, AD 1090-1265 (lecture: Newton & Co., 51 slides, 1889)

image appears in: Historic Exeter (lecture: privately made, 114 slides, in/before 1936)

image appears in: The life and duties of the citizen (lecture: Riley Brothers, 120 slides, 1899)

image appears in: [Miscellaneous and unidentified slides by Newton & Co.] (miscellaneous: Newton & Co., at least 60 slides, n.d.)

image appears in: [Whinfield Collection: Worcester Cathedral] (lecture: privately made, at least 19 slides, n.d.)

image appears in: [Worcester Cathedral] (lecture: W.W. Harris, at least 29 slides, n.d.)

Lucerna ID  6005449

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 28 May 2021

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