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1312 CE: Prince Edward, future Edward III of England, is born.
1327 CE - 1377 CE: Reign of Edward III of England.
1327 CE: Edward II of England is obliged to abdicate by his wife Isabella and her lover Roger Mortimer.
1327 CE: Edward III of England is crowned in Westminster Abbey.
1327 CE: Edward II of England is murdered at Berkeley Castle.
1328 CE: The English Crown recognises the independence of Scotland in the Treaty of Edinburgh/Northampton.
1328 CE: Edward III of England marries Philippa of Hainault.
1330 CE: Edward the Black Prince, eldest son of Edward III of England, is born.
1330 CE: Edward III of England executes his former regent Roger Mortimer.
1333 CE: Edward III of England wins a victory against the Scots loyal to David II of Scotland at the Battle of Halidon Hill.
1335 CE: The English regain control of Stirling Castle.
1337 CE - 1453 CE: The Hundred Years' War between England and France.
1337 CE: Edward the Black Prince is made the Duke of Cornwall giving him significant revenues from the duchy.
1340 CE: An English fleet of Edward III of England destroys or captures a French fleet at Sluys.
1342 CE: The Scots regain control of Stirling Castle after a six-month siege.
1343 CE: Edward of Woodstock, aka Edward the Black Prince, is made the Prince of Wales by his father Edward III of England.
1344 CE: Windsor Castle hosts a great medieval tournament involving 200 knights.
1345 CE: An army led by the Earl of Derby recaptures Gascony for the English Crown.
1346 CE: Edward III of England invades Normandy.
1346 CE: Edward the Black Prince is knighted by his father Edward III of England.
1346 CE: Edward III of England and his son Edward the Black Prince win a great battle against Philip VI of France at Crécy in France.
1346 CE: David II of Scotland, ally of Philip VI of France, invades northern England.
1346 CE: An English army defeats the Scots at the Battle of Neville’s Cross near Durham and captures David II of Scotland.
1347 CE: Edward III of England and his son Edward the Black Prince capture the Fench city of Calais after a long siege.
1348 CE: Edward III of England creates the Order of the Garter, a chivalric order for knights with its headquarters at Windsor Castle
1348 CE: The Black Death plague arrives in England.
1356 CE: Edward the Black Prince wins a great victory at the Battle of Poitiers against the French. John II of France is captured.
1357 CE: The Treaty of Berwick between England and Scotland releases David II of Scotland from his captivity under Edward III of England.
1359 CE: Edward III of England and Edward the Black Prince march on Rheims but the French city holds out.
1360 CE: The Treaty of Brétigny between England and France recognises Edward III of England's claims to French lands as he renounces his claim to the French throne.
1362 CE: Edward the Black Prince is made the Prince of Aquitaine by his father Edward III of England.
1367 CE - 1370 CE: King Edward III of England begins a massive rebuilding project at Rochester Castle.
1367 CE: Edward the Black Prince famously wins the Battle of Najera in Castile.
1369 CE: Queen Philippa, wife of Edward III of England dies.
1372 CE - 1375 CE: Charles V of France recaptures most of the territory previously gained by Edward III of England leaving the English only Gascony and Calais.
1376 CE: The 'Good Parliament' is convened to reduce the corruption in Edward III of England's court.
1376 CE: Death of Edward the Black Prince, eldest son of Edward III of England.
1377 CE: Death, likely from a stroke, of Edward III of England.
1377 CE: Coronation of Richard II of England in Westminster Abbey.