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One of the curators of the British Library’s Magna Carta exhibition examines the history and legacy of this globally-renowned document, and asks whether we are right to celebrate it in 2015.


Julian Harrison is one of the curators of the British Library’s major exhibition, Magna Carta: Law, Liberty, Legacy. He is responsible for the Library’s collections of medieval manuscripts, including Beowulf and the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle. Julian is also one of the editors of the Library’s Medieval Manuscripts Blog, which was named UK Arts and Culture Blog of the Year 2014.


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