"Magna carta" is a Latin word which means “Great Charter” in English. It was one of the earliest documents on human rights. It was a document which tried to place some limit on the powers of the King of England.


The charter was adopted in 1215 by King John of England, constituting the foundation of English constitutional rights.
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