The Magna Carta Project is grateful to the following archives for their generous support in providing images of King John’s charters:
The National Archives
Mr Berkeley of Berkeley Castle and the Berkeley Will Trust
The Burghley House Collection
The Master and Fellows of St John’s College, Cambridge
Canterbury Cathedral Archives
Cheshire Archives and Local Studies
Dublin City Library & Archive
The Dean and Chapter of Durham Cathedral
Lord Strathmore and Durham County Record Office
Essex Record Office
Archives of the Grootseminarie, Fonds Duinen, Bruges
The Howard Family
The Huntington Library, California
The National Library of Ireland
Keele University Special Collections and Archives
Lambeth Palace Library
London Metropolitan Archives, City of London
The Morgan Library and Museum
Collection of the Duke of Northumberland
Nottingham University Manuscripts and Special Collections
The Warden and Fellows of All Souls College, Oxford
The Bodleian Libraries, University of Oxford
The President and Fellows of Magdalen College, Oxford
Peter Smith Photography
Archives départementales de la Seine-Maritime
Llyfrgell Genedlaethol Cymru / National Library of Wales
The Dean and Chapter of Westminster
Coin on Historical Introduction page: Silver Irish penny of John (1207-1211), Copyright and Licensed by Portable Antiquities Scheme.
E. Potter and M. Satchell, Provisional geodatabase of the itineraries of the kings of England, 1199-1305.
This project is made possible by a grant from The Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC).
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The Magna Carta project uses the following materials: