Did people take Magna Carta seriously?
In 1225, Henry II proclaimed that the legal rights granted in his latest version of Magna Carta would be ‘held in our kingdom of England forever.’ Students work with a range of documents to consider the lasting impact of the Charter in medieval England.
This workshop supports schools studying the development of Church, state and society in Medieval Britain 1066-1509.
Connections to the curriculum: History
Available as: Virtual classroom