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It also uses Magna Carta as a lens through which to view thirteenth-century society, focusing on women and peasants as well as barons and knights. The book is a landmark in Magna Carta studies.
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Contact 07 online qbd. The same issues were at play across Europe, where kings sought to tap into new sources of wealth in a rapidly urbanizing Christendom. But John was up against a more tenacious barrier in early English common law; moreover, he lost his war and the possession of Normandy to Philip.
Fatally weakened, the king was brought to bay at the meadow of Runnymede in the spring of by a coalition of unhappy subjects, including Welshmen and Scots. In several days of hard bargaining, John and his barons settled numerous practical grievances: the king would remove fish weirs from the Thames; he could continue marrying off heiresses, but agreed they would no longer be wed to social inferiors; he agreed to fire all his foreign mercenaries and expel them from England; he would not levy extraordinary taxes without the consent of the greater lords.
A victim of its own success, the Magna Carta thus faded from English consciousness before returning, with a vengeance, in the 17th century.