Person    | Male  Born 24/12/1166  Died 19/10/1216

King John

Categories: Royalty

Born Oxford, youngest son of Henry II, succeeding on the death of his brother Richard I. Reigned as King of England 6 April 1199 until his death. Succeeded by his son, Henry III.

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King John

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King John mosaic

The translation is provided by our language consultant, David Hopkins. He po...

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Magna Carta fountain

Interesting that no artist is named for this sculpture. As far as we can tel...

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Magna Carta pier - north

In these meads on 15th June 1215 King John, at the instance of deputies from ...

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Magna Carta pier - south

In these meads on 15th June 1215 King John, at the instance of deputies from ...

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Sealing of the Magna Carta - Egham

Is there a verb "to sculpture"? The tableau panels, the "achievements of the...

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King David II of Scotland

King David II of Scotland

King of Scotland from 1329. He spent many years in exile in France or in captivity in England. David was captured at the Battle of Neville's Cross in October 1346 and spent some time in the Tower ...

Person, Royalty, Scotland

1 memorial
Queen Eleanor’s Cross

Queen Eleanor’s Cross

The last of 12 Eleanor Crosses erected to celebrate Eleanor's last journey. Queen Eleanor of Castile died near Lincoln, with her husband, King Edward I, at her bedside, and was to be buried in Wes...

Building, Architecture, Royalty

2 memorials
Prince Augustus Frederick, Duke of Sussex, K.C.

Prince Augustus Frederick, Duke of Sussex, K.C.

Sixth son of King George III. 1840 he gave away Queen Victoria in marriage to Prince Albert. An enthusiastic freemason.

Person, Royalty

5 memorials
Countess of Wessex, Sophie

Countess of Wessex, Sophie

Born Oxford as Sophie Rhys-Jones.  Worked in PR.  Married Prince Edward in 1999.

Person, Royalty

3 memorials
Kensington Gardens

Kensington Gardens

Royal Parks say: "William III bought what was originally part of Hyde Park in 1689.  An asthma sufferer, the king found the location quiet and the air salubrious and so he commissioned Sir Christop...

Place, Gardens / Agriculture, Royalty

2 memorials