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Magna Carta: The True Story Behind the CharterI love the style Starkey s works always read like a triple A TV documentary script but with all the Substance You D Expect From you d expect from doyen of English constitutional historians Very much a age turnerThe appendix includes three versions of Magna Carta issued in 1215 1216 and 1225 respectively with corresponding sections laced adjacent to one another for easy comparison and notes explaining the adjustments additions and omissions I found this extremely handy This is a book about the Magna Carta document and not much else Which makes it uite a short bookSure there s context provided on how it came about namely a uick tour of the reign on how it came about namely a uick tour of the reign King John But it s an exceedingly brief history and it s somewhat frustrating that Starkey tends to uote from just two Times of Bede primary historical sources one of which he dismisses as unreliable and the second the reader should dismiss as unreliableStill as a short tour of mediaeval history it is interesting but it stands out as much for its limitederspective as much as anything else and doesn t really seem to work well as either a The Catechism of the Council of Trent populist book or an academic textThe one saving grace is that it does include different versions of the Magna Carta for comparison in the Appendix The author brings to life a vital moment in English history by showing it is so much than a momentLike anyone born in a England I was aware that King John s excesses were brought to an end in 1215 at alace called Runnymede by the Barons with a document called a Magna CartaBut that was the limit of my knowledgeThanks to this book I am now aware that that was just the start of a fascinating City for Sale: Ed Koch and the Betrayal of New York process with many twists and turns including a civil war that reached a conclusion 10 years later after John s death Appallingly written drivel At least that is the impression after 10ages which was as many as could bear of this school boy level rubbish Who would believe that an editor allowed a The Runaway Prophet Jonah Study Guide 1998 phrase such as Phillip was also better at being bad than John Having stated he would confine himself to a decade of history in some groundbreaking approach heroceeds to give a tedious and grammatically weak background with no apparent urpose Having hated History at school and having dropped it as soon as I could reading books such as this makes me wonder how my schoolteachers made it so boring I suspect it s me who has changedAn excellent introduction to the complexity surrounding the Charter and its history which is far complex and nuanced than we are commonly led to believe Well written and worth taking the time to read Some genuinely fascinating history behind this most famous of documents I must confess that I was unaware that the Magna Carta sealed at Runnymede was never the one implemented or of the contention that it caused the. 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Interventions of Rome and France and the near civil war that ensuedVery nicely written and easy to read if you ve ever heard David Starkey deliver a talk he writes almost exactly as he talks I really enjoyed this *And Came Away Feeling That I D Actually Learned SomethingOnly * came away feeling that I d actually learned somethingOnly complaint might be that it s uite a short book for the Davids Sling price a substantialroportion of the text is actually an appendix containing the charters but other than that I would definitely recommend I first gazed upon an original copy of the Magna Carta about 10 years ago in Salisbury Cathedral Housed in a special room and enclosed in a large glass case its size and look bears no resemblance to the ower and influence this document has had on world history over 800 years I Also Visited The British Museum In 2015 visited the British Museum in 2015 a special Magna Carta exhibition celebrating the 800th year of its creation As far as I know there are 4 surviving copies in England at Salisbury Lincoln Durham and the British MuseumIn very recent times the validity of the United Kingdom relying on this ancient document as a substitute for a modern written constitution has been uestioned especially in relation to recent behaviours of many oliticians regarding the Brexit Referendum and some judgements of our Supreme Court It has set me thinking where I Learner Strategies in Language Learning personally stand on this and whether the nature of our society is such that we are at risk of furtherolitical and legal machinations where the rule of Dangerously Placed precedent can be manipulated at will It is this that enticed me to read David Starkey s Magna Carta The True Story Behind The CharterThe book ends its final chapter with these words about the Constitution of the United States of America showing the influence of this scrap ofarchmentThe text of Magna Carta is incorporated in extenso into the constitutions of seventeen of the fifty US States a copy of the Charter is displayed alongside the Declaration of Independence the Constitution and the Bill of Rights in the Great Hall of the Archives in Washington and another in the basement of the Rotunda of the Capital while the granting of the Charter is represented in relief on the bronze doors of the Supreme Court whose Justices have cited the Charter itself over four hundred times in their judgments In short the Charter lives in America Or at least it has acuired a new lease of lifeHowever David Starkey in his book shows that across a 10 year eriod from 1215 to 1225 there was than one version of Magna Carta that was begun by King John at Runnymede and finalised by his son King Henry III As far as I can work out this was the third version the first in 1215 being revolutionary and coercive the second in 1216 being centrist to use the word of the author and the version of 1225 adding new clau. 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Ses and removing old ones that showed a high degree of coercionIn less than half *A Century And Within The * century and within the of a single king Magna Carta had metamorphosed from a revolutionary and incendiary tract into a solemn text sanctified and honoured and araded in the theatre of royal and tract into a solemn text sanctified and honoured and Paradise Run paraded in the theatre of royal and ceremony It was not an outcome that anyone in 1215 could have foreseenThe book describes well the various stages of the development of the Magna Carta and the main characters involvedrincipally the two kings John then Henry but also Stephen Langton and William Marshall the chief advisors to each king respectively One a scheming cleric the other a highly rincipled and chivalrous knightWhat I was not aware of was that during the final years of King Johns life he had to fight a civil war in England The 25 Barons who held a great deal of ower after Runnymede in 1215 decided to depose King John and offered the crown to Prince Louis the eldest son of Philip Augustus of France Eventually Louis raised an army and invaded England It was during this Help Me, Jacques Cousteau protracted war that King John died not in battle but of dysentery in the east of England in October 2016 It was John s Young son Henry who eventually defeated Louis via the strategy of William Marshall and which led to securing the crown and the strengthening of a new version of Magna Carta Theower of the Barons was lost for goodThis was a very easy book to read and I finished it in a couple of evenings David Starkey a very easy book to read and I finished it in a couple of evenings David Starkey an eminent historian specialising in Tudor history and constitutional issues He has been very vocal during the Brexit farce in Dignity Rising 1: Gefesselte Seelen parliament not that you would know it because the mainstream media don t want him heard Which brings me back to my early uestion as to whether the United Kingdom should have a written constitution Havingondered it for three years and listened to David Starkey on YouTube and in The Book of Mordred podcasts he and I agree yes we should now have a written constitution This excellent accountrovides as full a history of events as Oracle R12 Applications DBA Field Guide possible It certainly tells in great depth what is often mearly skated over at school as a tussle between Bad King John s and recalcitrant Barons Any ideas of a romantic setting on Runnymeade have been blown away too Thank you David Starkey I am currently studying thiseriod of history and found this book very interesting and helpful David Starkey explains things very well and combined an in depth knowledge of the subject with the ability to make it interesting and very readable This is one of the best books I have read in years A real Wie war das noch? Schulwissen, neu aufpoliert page Turner I was unable tout it down Even at bedtime I read on into the early morning twiceThe author s judgements and opinions were carefully and reasonably measuredI learned and kept on learning. Car.