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John, King of England
John was King of England from 1199 until his death in 1216. He lost the Principality of Normandy and most of his other French lands to King Philip II of France, leading to the fall of the Empire. Angevin and contributed to the later power development of the Capetian dynasty of France in the 13th century. The baron revolt at the end of John's reign led to the sealing of the Magna Carta, a document sometimes considered the first step in the development of the UK constitution. John was the youngest of four surviving sons of King Henry II of England and Duchess of Eleanor of Aquitaine. He was nicknamed John Lackland because he was not expected to inherit any significant land. He became Henry's favorite child after the failed uprising of 1173–74 by Henry brothers, the young king, Richard and Geoffrey against the king. John was appointed Lord of Ireland in 1177 and received land in England and the Continent.
PredecessorRichard I
SuccessorHenry III
SuccessorHenry III
Born24 December 1166, Beaumont Palace, Oxford
Died19 October 1216 (aged 49), Newark Castle, Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire
BurialWorcester Cathedral
Issue, DetailHenry III, King of England, Richard, 1st Earl of Cornwall, Joan, Queen of Scotland, Isabella, Holy Roman Empress, Eleanor, Countess of Pembroke, Richard FitzRoy, Joan, Lady of Wales
FatherHenry II, King of England
MotherEleanor, Duchess of Aquitaine

About John, King of England

John, King of England
John, King of England

King John, King of England was born on December 24, 1166 in England (He dies at the age of 49, on October 19, 1216).

He was King of England for approximately two decades in the early thirteenth century. Though he spent much of his reign trying to reclaim land captured by France, he also instituted legal reforms that shaped England's common law judicial system. He signed the Magna Carta near the conclusion of his reign, in 1215.

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John, King of England before becoming famous

John, King of England was born in the Zodiac sign Capricorn (The Sea-Goat), and 1166 is the year of the Chinese Zodiac Dog (狗).

He was his father's favorite child, and he was given the title of Lord of Ireland.

Achievement of John, King of England

His son King Henry III of England succeeded him after he died of illness in 1216.

John, King of England's Family, Spouse, Dating and Relationship

Eleanor of Aquitaine and King Henry II had four older brothers, including him. He had five children from his two marriages to Isabella, Countess of Gloucester and Isabella, Countess of Angouleme.

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Following the deaths of his older brothers, John was given the opportunity to become King of England, which he did after the death of King Richard I of England in 1199. (Richard the Lionheart).

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