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Magna Carta

Amice MacDonell

A one-act play which describes the setting and writing of the Magna Carta, including the famous line "now is justice bought and sold" in the Prologue. - Summary by Beth Thomas Narrator: Denny Sayers King John: Rob Board Stephen Langton, Archbishop of Canterbury: Beth Thomas William Marshal, Earl of Pembroke: Larry Wilson Robert Fitz-Walter, Castellan of London: Adele de Pignerolles Henry de Bohun, Earl of Hereford: Esther ben Simonides Roger Bigod, Earl of Norfolk: KHand Saer de Quincy, Earl of Winchester: Shakira Searle Eustace de Vescy, Northern Baron: Elizabeth Klett Robert de Ros, Northern Baron: April Walters William de Braose, Baron of Welsh Marches: Mark Nelson Maud de St. Valerie, wife of William de Braose: Lydia William de Braose, eldest son of the above: Zames Curran Giles de Braose, Bishop of Hereford, second son of William de Braose: Kristin Gjerløw Falkes de Breaute, mercenary of King John: Hamlet Gerald de Athies, mercenary of King John: wish2bflying Londoners: Dean Spilias and MaryAnn Monks: Rachel and Zames Curran A Canon of St. Paul's: Newgatenovelist Messenger: Availle Audio edited by Rob Board

A one-act play which describes the setting and writing of the Magna Carta, including the famous line "now is justice bought and sold" in the Prologue. - Summary by Beth Thomas Narrator: Denny Sayers King John: Rob Board Stephen Langton, Archbishop of Canterbury: Beth Thomas William Marshal, Earl of Pembroke: Larry Wilson Robert Fitz-Walter, Castellan of London: Adele de Pignerolles Henry de Bohun, Earl of Hereford: Esther ben Simonides Roger Bigod, Earl of Norfolk: KHand Saer de Quincy, Earl of Winchester: Shakira Searle Eustace de Vescy, Northern Baron: Elizabeth Klett Robert de Ros, Northern Baron: April Walters William de Braose, Baron of Welsh Marches: Mark Nelson Maud de St. Valerie, wife of William de Braose: Lydia William de Braose, eldest son of the above: Zames Curran Giles de Braose, Bishop of Hereford, second son of William de Braose: Kristin Gjerløw Falkes de Breaute, mercenary of King John: Hamlet Gerald de Athies, mercenary of King John: wish2bflying Londoners: Dean Spilias and MaryAnn Monks: Rachel and Zames Curran A Canon of St. Paul's: Newgatenovelist Messenger: Availle Audio edited by Rob Board
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A one-act play which describes the setting and writing of the Magna Carta, including the famous line "now is justice bought and sold" in the Prologue. - Summary by Beth Thomas Narrator: Denny Sayers King John: Rob Board Stephen Langton, Archbishop of Canterbury: Beth Thomas William Marshal, Earl of Pembroke: Larry Wilson Robert Fitz-Walter, Castellan of London: Adele de Pignerolles Henry de Bohun, Earl of Hereford: Esther ben Simonides Roger Bigod, Earl of Norfolk: KHand Saer de Quincy, Earl of Winchester: Shakira Searle Eustace de Vescy, Northern Baron: Elizabeth Klett Robert de Ros, Northern Baron: April Walters William de Braose, Baron of Welsh Marches: Mark Nelson Maud de St. Valerie, wife of William de Braose: Lydia William de Braose, eldest son of the above: Zames Curran Giles de Braose, Bishop of Hereford, second son of William de Braose: Kristin Gjerløw Falkes de Breaute, mercenary of King John: Hamlet Gerald de Athies, mercenary of King John: wish2bflying Londoners: Dean Spilias and MaryAnn Monks: Rachel and Zames Curran A Canon of St. Paul's: Newgatenovelist Messenger: Availle Audio edited by Rob Board

Language:

English

Narrators:

LibriVox Community

Length:

53m


Chapters

Chapter 1
Chapter 1

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