1) as has been pointed out in other quizes, you should accept the spelling "Magna Charta" - I know that in the
English speaking world, the standard version nowadays is Magna Carta, but the original Latin spelling of the word for paper is "charta" (hence the english "charter"). "Carta" is a Medieval alternative spelling, so it is probably more fitting, but "Magna Charta" is used quite often on older scholarly literature.
2) it is not accurate to say the Venice conquered Constantinople in 1204 - it was a large coalition of western European Catholic powers of which Venice was but one among the participants, and by no means the most militarily significant ones (although it was indeed a major source of funds for the enterprise). Constantinople was never subjected to Venice - a new "Latin Empire" was set up there, under French cultural and political influence, before it was re-conquered by the Byzantines at the end of the century.
You need to watch Braveheart, superb film
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