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What important document was signed at Runnymede in 1215?
The signing was forced on King John by his rebellious barons
The document became the basis for English law and a pivotal step in the development of democracy
19 January, 1442
Duchess of Gloucester convicted of attempting to kill Henry VI by sorcery
The duchess (Eleanor Cobham) is divorced from the duke and imprisoned for life
The second surviving son of Charles I and Henrietta Maria, he ruled only 3 years before being deposed
He followed his brother, Charles II, to the throne
He was deposed in favour of William and Mary