LOCMAG_141210_186
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Runnymede

This map from the first edition of Christopher Saxton’s Atlas of the Counties of England shows the area around London, including part of the county of Surrey (at left in green) where Magna Carta was sealed in 1215 at Runnymede, a meadow between Windsor and London deemed neutral territory. King John’s castle was located in Windsor, while London was under the control of the barons.
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