Runnymede - made famous in the early 13th century as the place where King John agreed to the Magna Carta (the "Great Charter") - is not far from Windsor Castle. Image of Runnymede by Wyrdlight, online courtesy Wikimedia Commons. License: CC BY 3.0
At Runnymede, at Runnymede,
Your rights were won
King John (Lackland) was a bad king. At least, that’s how history remembers him.
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