King John: The son of King Henry II and Queen Elinor, the father of Prince Henry, and the brother of King Richard I (Richard the Lion Heart).
Prince Henry: The son of King John, later King Henry III.
Arthur, duke of Britain: The son of King John’s older brother (Geoffrey) and Constance.
Earl of Pembroke
Earl of Essex
Earl of Salisbury
Hubert de Burgh: A citizen of Angiers and later in the service of King John.
Robert Faulconbridge: The legitimate son of Lady Faulconbridge and her husband and half-brother of Philip the Bastard.
Philip the Bastard: A fictional character, the Bastard is the illegitimate son of Lady Faulconbridge and King Richard I.
James Gurney: Servant of Lady Faulconbridge.
Peter of Pomfret: A prophet.
Philip, king of France: The father of Lewis the dauphin.
Lewis, the dauphin: The son of Philip and the heir to his throne, he marries King John’s niece, Blanch of Spain.
Lymoges, duke of Austria
Cardinal Pandulph: The pope’s legate.
Melune: A French lord.
Chatillion: An ambassador from France.
Queen Elinor: The widow of King Henry II and the mother of the late King Richard I and of King John.
Constance: The wife of Geoffrey, John’s older brother, and the mother of Arthur.
Blanch of Spain: The daughter of the king of Castile and the niece of King John, later marries Lewis the dauphin.
Lady Faulconbridge: Mother of Robert Faulconbridge and (with King Richard I) the Bastard.