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Important facts  John was known as John Lackland. He died in 1216 and was placed in the tomb above. He did on the 16th of October in Newark Castle. On 24th of August, 1200 he married Isabelle of Angouleme

Important facts John was known as John Lackland. He died in 1216 and was placed in the tomb above. He did on the of October in Newark Castle. On of August, 1200 he married Isabelle of Angouleme

John had five children, his sons were Henry III of England and Richard, 1st Earl of Cornwall. His daughters were Isabella of England, Eleanor of Leicester, Joan, Lady of Wales and Joan of England, Queen of Scotland

John had five children, his sons were Henry III of England and Richard, 1st Earl of Cornwall. His daughters were Isabella of England, Eleanor of Leicester, Joan, Lady of Wales and Joan of England, Queen of Scotland

King John was most famous for signing the Magna Carta.

An image depicting King John signing Magna Carta at Runnymede in June 1215 watched by a group of barons, although he actually approved it with his seal rather than a signature

John became king in 1199 because his brother, King Richard died. His reign started in an unfortunate way. In 1202, John's nephew, Arthur of Brittany, was murdered. Many in Brittany believed that John was responsible for his murder and they rebelled against John.

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King John was crowned king in May 27, 1199

King John John December 1166 – October also known as John Lackland (French: Sansterre), was King of England from 6 April 1199 until his death. Signed the Magna Carta in

King John was married Isabella of Angoulême and Isabella, Countess of Gloucester

King John of England, signee of the first Magna Carta married Isabella of Angouleme in Bordeaux Cathedral, on this day August, 1200