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1284 CE: Edward II of England is born in Caernarfon Castle in Wales.
1301 CE: Prince Edward, son of Edward I of England, is formally awarded the title of Prince of Wales.
1307 CE - 1327 CE: Reign of Edward II of England.
1307 CE: Death of Edward I of England from dysentery.
1308 CE: Edward II of England marries Isabella of France.
1308 CE: Edward II of England is crowned in Westminster Abbey.
1311 CE: Parliament appoints 21 Ordainers to limit the power of Edward II of England.
1312 CE: Piers Gaveston, friend and likely lover of Edward II of England, is executed by Thomas, Earl of Lancaster.
1312 CE: Prince Edward, future Edward III of England, is born.
1314 CE: Robert the Bruce defeats Edward II of England at the Battle of Bannockburn, effectively re-establishing Scottish independence. Stirling Castle is regained.
1319 CE: Robert the Bruce makes raids on northern England and almost captures York.
1322 CE: English Royalists defeat a rebel army at the Battle of Boroughbridge in Yorkshire. Thomas, Earl of Lancaster is executed.
1323 CE: A 13-year truce is agreed between England and Scotland.
1324 CE: Roger Mortimer, rival to Edward II of England, escapes from the Tower of London using a rope ladder.
1326 CE: An army of mercenaries is sent by Isabella, wife of Edward II of England, to depose the king and lands at Orwell in Suffolk.
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: David Bruce, future David II of Scotland, marries Joan, daughter of Edward II of England.