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14th Century Timeline

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Sarah Elliott

on 16 February 2018

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Transcript of 14th Century Timeline

1325
1350
1399
1300
1380
14th Century England
1315-1325
The Great European famine, in Ireland, took many lives through 1315-1320
The Declaration of Arbroath was sent to the Pope James XXII in 1320, attempting to explain why Scotland was still fighting England
Edward II was married to Isabella to settle a dispute over land between England and France but left shortly after she was abused.
1325-1330
In 1326, after Isabella left Edward II she gathered forces and invaded England in attempt to overthrow Edward II but fails
A year later Edward II murdered on behalf of Isabella by her lover, making Edward III king
In 1330, Edward III executed Mortimer and forced his mother, Isabella, to retire
1330-1350
1337 was the beginning of the Hundred Years' War between France and England
English defeats french fleets to make sure war was fought only on french soil
In 1346, England defeats France at the battle of Crecy
1350-1360
In 1350, the Black Death enter England killing nearly 40% of the population, this lasted through the end of the 14th century and throughout the 15th century
Edward III defeats the king of France in 1356, this was one of the greatest victories for England
1360-1380
In 1376, Good Parliament was used to do the first impeachment
Edward III dies in 1376 and his grandson Richard II takes throne of England
In 1377, Bad Parliament was used to create poll taxes and to undo the good done with Good Parliament
1380-1390
1381 the peasants revolted because they could not get jobs and Richard II calmed them down by promising concessions but reprisal only followed
In 1382 Winchester College was founded
During 1384, John Wyclif, a church reformer, died
Chaucer wrote Canterbury Tales in 1387
1390-1399
In 1390, the Statute of Provisors stopped clergy from accepting rewards from the pope
1393 a peace treaty between England and France was made
In 1394 Richard II went to Ireland to resolve issues but was interrupted by protests in England
In 1399 Richard II was over thrown by Henry IV who became king and Richard II died in prison
1305-1315
In 1305, William Wallace was executed by the English in London for organizing a resistance towards England
In 1307, Edward I dies and Edward II becomes king of Scotland
In 1315, Robert the Bruce takes down Edward II in war to claim Scotland, Making Robert the Bruce king.
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