He died of Dysentery (9/10)

In the midst of a fierce surprise attack against the rebel forces trying to wrestle control of his kingdom, John fell into poor health. Unfavourable conditions compounded this, and in October 1216 he died of Dysentery. Dysentery, for those unaware, is a form of diarrhoea in which symptoms can include bloody stools, stomach cramps, extremely high body temperature, vomiting and headaches.

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And then he had it declared invalid by the Pope. (8/10)

His legacy. (10/10)