History articles tagged with 'King John'

Attractions to visit tagged with 'King John'

Name Town County Attraction Type Heritage Rating
Beaumaris, St Mary and St Nicholas Beaumaris Gwynedd Historic Church 4 Heritage Rating
Bridlington Priory Bridlington Yorkshire Historic Church 4 Heritage Rating
Brinkburn Priory Morpeth Northumberland Abbey 4 Heritage Rating
Bury St Edmunds Bury St Edmunds Suffolk Town 5 Heritage Rating
Cambridge Leper Chapel Cambridge Cambridgeshire Historic Church 4 Heritage Rating
Coldingham Priory Coldingham Borders Abbey 3 Heritage Rating
Conisbrough Castle Conisbrough Yorkshire Castle 4 Heritage Rating
Cranborne Cranborne Dorset Village 3 Heritage Rating
Cranborne Manor Gardens Cranborne Dorset Garden 3 Heritage Rating
Deene Park House Corby Northamptonshire Historic House 4 Heritage Rating
Dover Dover Kent Town 5 Heritage Rating
Dover Castle Dover Kent Castle 4 Heritage Rating
Goodrich Castle Goodrich Herefordshire Castle 4 Heritage Rating
Grimsthorpe Castle Bourne Lincolnshire Historic House 4 Heritage Rating
Hadleigh Castle Hadleigh Essex Castle 3 Heritage Rating
Hambleden, St Mary's Church Hambleden Buckinghamshire Historic Church 3 Heritage Rating
Hedingham Castle Castle Hedingham Essex Castle 4 Heritage Rating
Howden Howden Yorkshire Town 3 Heritage Rating
Howden Bishop's Manor Howden Yorkshire Historic Building 3 Heritage Rating
Ipswich, St Mary le Tower Church Ipswich Suffolk Historic Church 4 Heritage Rating
ipswich, St Peter by the Waterfront Ipswich Suffolk Historic Church 3 Heritage Rating
King John's House and Heritage Centre Romsey Hampshire Museum 3 Heritage Rating
Knights Templar Church Dover Kent Historic Church 3 Heritage Rating
Lincoln Lincoln Lincolnshire Town 5 Heritage Rating
Ludgershall Castle Ludgershall Wiltshire Castle 3 Heritage Rating
Moretonhampstead Moretonhampstead Devon Town 3 Heritage Rating
Morpeth Morpeth Northumberland Village 4 Heritage Rating
Naseby Naseby Northamptonshire Village 3 Heritage Rating
Newark Castle Newark-on-Trent Nottinghamshire Castle 3 Heritage Rating
Norham Castle Norham Northumberland Castle 3 Heritage Rating
Odiham Castle North Warnborough Hampshire Castle 3 Heritage Rating
Oxford, St Mary Magdalen Church Oxford Oxfordshire Historic Church 3 Heritage Rating
Pickering Castle Pickering Yorkshire Castle 3 Heritage Rating
Ravenglass Ravenglass Cumbria Town 3 Heritage Rating
Rochester Cathedral Rochester Kent Cathedral 4 Heritage Rating
Romsey Abbey Romsey Hampshire Historic Church 5 Heritage Rating
Runnymede Old Windsor Surrey Garden 4 Heritage Rating
Salisbury Salisbury Wiltshire Town 5 Heritage Rating
Salisbury Cathedral Salisbury Wiltshire Cathedral 5 Heritage Rating
Slindon Slindon West Sussex Village 4 Heritage Rating
Somerton Castle Boothby Graffoe Lincolnshire Castle 3 Heritage Rating
Southwick Priory Southwick Hampshire Abbey 3 Heritage Rating
St Aldhelm's Chapel Worth Matravers Dorset Historic Church 4 Heritage Rating
St Briavel's Castle St Briavels Gloucestershire Castle 3 Heritage Rating
Sutton Valence Sutton Valence Kent Village 5 Heritage Rating
Swineshead Swineshead Lincolnshire Village 3 Heritage Rating
Tarrant Crawford, St Mary's Church Tarrant Crawford Dorset Historic Church 4 Heritage Rating
Temple Church London Greater London Historic Church 5 Heritage Rating
Tomen-y-Rhodwydd Ruthin Clwyd Castle 3 Heritage Rating
Wark-on-Tweed Wark-on-Tweed Northumberland Village 3 Heritage Rating
Western Heights Dover Kent Historic Building 3 Heritage Rating
Worcester Cathedral Worcester Worcestershire Cathedral 5 Heritage Rating
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This Scottish leader defeated the English at the Battle of Bannockburn in 1314

08 June, 793

Vikings sack Lindisfarne

Vikings sacked Lindisfarne, Northumbria. This Viking raid was part of ongoing Viking attacks that forced the monks of Lindisfarne to abandon their monastery and take the body of St Dunstan on a journey that eventually ended at Durham Cathedral.

This monarch had the nickname 'Yea-and-Nay' for his frequent about-faces

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