King John stabbing his nephew Prince Arthur th century When Richard I died John did not gain immediate universal recognition as king Some regarded his young nephew Arthur of Brittany the son of Johns late brother Geoffrey as the rightful heir Arthur fought his uncle for the throne with the support of King Philip II of France However by Philip recognised John over Arthur It is alleged that after King John had captured Arthur and kept him alive in prison for some time in the castle of Rouen he slew Arthur with his own hand and tying a heavy stone to the body cast it into the Seine Engraved for Raymonds History of England
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