Arthur legalizes Parliment

Arthur I was a crucial king for southwark.

Early LifeEdit

Born in 660 AD, Arthur was the 3rd child of Victoria I and the only one that survived infancy. He was christned Arthur Henry William. Arthur was a frail, sick, weak child and nearly died of TB at age 2. He survived just barley. Arthur grew up Protestant.


Arthur became king at age 30 and would only rule 2 years. The frail, ailing ruler signed a law that authorized a parliment to advise the king and put people on trial if the king was tooo ill for it in the 2nd and final year of his rule. He had married at age 20 and a 12 year old son was ready for succesion. 


On May 11th 692, Arthur died of AIDS and HIV complications.