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1230 CE 1240 CE 1250 CE 1260 CE 1270 CE 1280 CE 1290 CE 1300 CE 1310 CE 1320 CE 1330 CE  
 
 
1239 CE: Birth of Edward I of England.
 
 
1254 CE: Prince Edward (future Edward I of England) marries Eleanor of Castile.
 
 
1264 CE: Simon de Montfort imprisons Henry III of England and Prince Edward and declares himself king.
 
 
1265 CE: Prince Edward, future Edward I of England, manages to escape his captors and form a royalist army to try and reinstate his father, Henry III of England.
 
 
1265 CE: Prince Edward, future Edward I of England, defeats the pretender Simon de Montfort at Evesham.
 
 
1272 CE - 1307 CE: Reign of Edward I of England.
 
 
1272 CE: Death of Henry III of England of a stroke.
 
 
1274 CE: Edward I of England is crowned at Westminster Abbey.
 
 
1275 CE: The Statute of Westminster encodes 51 new laws, many based on the Magna Carta.
 
 
1276 CE: An army of Edward I of England defeats Llywelyn ap Gruffudd, then Prince of Wales.
 
 
1283 CE - 1330 CE: Caernarfon Castle in Wales is built, a project begun by Edward I of England.
 
 
1283 CE - 1330 CE: Harlech Castle in Wales is built by Edward I of England.
 
 
1283 CE - 1292 CE: Conwy Castle in Wales is built by Edward I of England.
 
 
1284 CE: The Statute of Rhuddlan redivides Wales into shires on the English model of local administration.
 
 
1284 CE: Edward II of England is born in Caernarfon Castle in Wales.
 
 
1287 CE - 1290 CE: Edward I of England expels all Jews from his kingdom.
 
1290 CE: Eleanor of Castile, Queen of England and wife of Edward I, dies.
 
 
1292 CE: Edward I of England selects John Balliol as the new king of Scotland.
 
 
1294 CE - 1295 CE: King Edward I of England is trapped at Conwy Castle over the winter by a force of Welsh rebels.
 
 
1294 CE - 1295 CE: Harlech Castle is twice attacked by the Welsh rebel leader Madog ap Llywelyn.
 
 
1294 CE: The Welsh leader Madog ap Llywelyn attacks and burns Caernarfon Castle.
 
1295 CE: Beaumaris Castle in Wales is built by Edward I of England.
 
 
1295 CE: Edward I of England recaptures Caernarfon Castle in Wales.
 
1295 CE: England's Model Parliament meets for the first time.
 
1295 CE: Scotland formally allies itself with France against England, the beginning of the 'Auld Alliance'.
 
 
1296 CE: John Balliol, king of Scotland, surrenders to an English army after defeat at the Battle of Dunbar. Edward I of England removes the Stone of Scone to Westminster Abbey.
 
 
1297 CE: A Scottish army led by William Wallace defeats an English army at the Battle of Stirling Bridge.
 
 
1298 CE: An English army attacks Scotland.
 
 
1298 CE: Edward I of England is victorious at the Battle of Falkirk where 20,000 Scots are killed.
 
 
1299 CE: Edward I of England marries Margaret of France, daughter of Philip III of France.
 
 
1300 CE: An English army again attacks Scotland.
 
 
1301 CE: Prince Edward, son of Edward I of England, is formally awarded the title of Prince of Wales.
 
 
1301 CE: Yet another English army attacks Scotland.
 
 
1303 CE: Another English army attacks Scotland and regains control of Stirling Castle.
 
1305 CE: The Scottish national leader William Wallace is captured and executed.
 
 
1306 CE: Robert the Bruce declares himself king of Scotland.
 
 
1307 CE: Death of Edward I of England from dysentery.
 
 
1308 CE: Edward II of England is crowned in Westminster Abbey.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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