Published date: 13 July 2012

The University of East Anglia’s Professor Nicholas Vincent is a leading authority on the world of Magna Carta. Here, he discusses the work of the consortium of scholars and computer scientists who have recently been granted £1 million by the Arts and Humanities Research Council for a major project on the ‘best-known document in English history’ in the run up to the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta in 2015.

Author: Professor Nicholas Vincent Duration: 55:26

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  1. 13 July 2012
    11:12 pm

    Robert E Smith

    I am a 25th great-grandson of King (Prince) John Plantanet, who I beleive was required to sign the Magna Carta or, the Barons would have looked for a new King of England. Bob Smith of San Pedro,Los Angeles, California

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