Scone 1332 September 27 Battle of Plowce, Ladislas IV Lokietek of Poland defeats the Teutonic. The Despensers were also captured. Edmund was Edward II's half brother 1330 June 15 Edward Of Woodstock born at Woodstock, the Kings eldest son, later the Prince of Wales and the Black Prince (1330-1376) 1330 (soon after birth of Edward) Tournament at Cheapside, Due to weight of numbers the Queen's. The previous archbishop was in London with the king and was to be beheaded by the rebels. King Philip VI forbade flagellation on pain of death. When in York, a riot breaks out over a game of dice leaving 316 Lincolnshire archers dead 1327 July Dunheved gang attack and loot Berkley Castle freeing Edward II, who is recaptured some time later 1327 September 21 Edward II was imprisoned at Berkeley Castle. The city was not taken 1343 Genoese galleys under Charles Grimaldi surprised by English who burn 11 ships at Penfeld 1343 Tournament at Canterbury 1343 Tournament at Hereford 1343 Peruzzi bank becomes bankrupt due to loans to Edward III 1343 Papal Bull by Pope Clement. King David II captured 1347 John Trevor, Bishop of Saint Asaph builds a bridge across the Dee at Llangollen 1347 Famine in Florence 1347 Battle of Roxborough English defeat Scots 1347 January - May Tournaments at Bury, Reading, Windsor, Lichfield, Eltham, Canterbury 1347 January. Elizabeth de Burgh who died 1363.
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Edward did not place his hands between Philippe's, a sign of total loyalty which would have been hard to go against, as Edward was unhappy about Philippe's claim to the French throne and wanted Philippe's daughter Joan to marry his first son Edward the Black. Edward gains the power of being king 1330 November 29 Roger Mortimer hanged at Tyburn, Isabella was sent to Castle Rising, many of Isabella's towns, cities and honour's given to Philippa 1330 December 29 Charter for fair at Droitwich 1331 Trinity Hospital founded 1331 Saintes. From this time Edward takes a mistress, Alice Perrers 1369 September John of Gaunt raids France from Calais to Harfluer 1370 Exeter Cathedral completed 1370 Fletchers an bowstringmakers separated from bowyers 1370 Battle of Carham on Tweed Sir John de Lilburn was captured by Sir. Succeeded by his eldest son Louis X 1315 Heavy rains across Europe cause flooding and crop failure leading to famine known as 'The Great Famine' extending into Wheat prices rise to 3 Shillings 3 pence per bushel and a quarter of salt 35 shillings 1315. William Clinton and Robert Ufford are also made Earls, and twenty other men are knighted by the King in person 1337 March 18 Edward III announces an army is to be assembled to go to Gascony and Guyenne 1337 April Sark is raided by French. Agatha captures the English ship the Little Lechevard of Southampton in the Seine Estuary 1335 May 27 Parliament meets at York and endorses Edward III's plans to invade Scotland 1335 July 7 Philippe VI writes to Edward III and invites an arbitration by the Pope. Safe Conduct is granted for foreign and captive knights to attend 1358 June 13 Clermont-en-Beauvaisis Guilliame Cale or Calle, or Karlle the Jaquerie leader is taken prisoner by Charles of Navarre during the parley and executed by crowning him with a circlet of red hot. Jacque army massacred with 3,000 killed including 300 burnt alive who hid in a monastery 1358 June 24 up to 20,000 Jacques had been killed since the start of the rebellion 1358 July Charles of Navarre attempts to take control of Paris 1358 July.