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He may still of had power, that was because of his title.
He fell out with many, he even had arguments with the POPE!! The Start of his Reign... John started his reign properly after his brother, Richard, death. Before this he tried to take over the throne while Richard was prisoned by Duke of Leopold. King John
From the Start.... Magna Carta Magna Carta was the first document forced onto a King John of England by a group of his subjects in an attempt to limit his powers by law and protect their privileges.
The Magna Carta was brought up by the Barons because John went against the Feudal Law and rose the taxes without asking his Barons First Barons' War During his reign, tension built up for several years therefore the Barons demenstrated a plot against the King.
Many of John's military household joined the rebels to go against the King.
But he still had the Throne. Thxs for listening By Maryan Axmed King John 1166-1216
King John, a.k.a John Lackland.
John, the youngest of five sons of King Henry II of England and Eleanor of Aquitaine. He inherited lands off of his father,Lord of Ireland and lands in England King Richard the First John's Death John died on 19 October 1216, age 49, a couple of days after escaping the French invasion. He took a safe route marsh areas in Wash to avoid rebels.
However, he took a route that went directly across them.
He dealt with a terrible blow by a unexpected tide which affected his health and his state.
He went from place to place, then he decided to stay at Sleaford Castle for one night.
Then that one night he died. Bibliography http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John,_King_of_England
http://www.historylearningsite.co.uk/king_john.htm A short Clip of the Magna Carta Bad or good......... Now for evaluating John.....
At the start of his reign he had an unfotune episode,he was blamed for the murder of his nephew ,Arthur of Brittany.John also fell out with the Chuch pope in 1207 over a quarrell about who should be Archbishop of Canterbury.He also imprisoned barons and raised taxes illegally.
The only good he possibly did for the country is that he won wars against the foreign countries.
Jugding him by the goods and bads, John turned out to be a bad King. He also stole from poeple which was illegall,even for a KING!!
And imprisoned his people so he could steal there beloning Sleaford Castle Short Clip of King John Tapestry of the First Barons's War