High Medieval

Timeline

1107   Alexander I becomes King.
1124   David I becomes King.
1130   The Book of Deer is compiled.
1153   Malcolm IV becomes King.
1158   Walter FitzAlan is made High Steward.
1165   William I (The Lion) becomes King.
1174   The Treaty of Falaise.
1178   Arbroath Abby founded.
1214   Alexander II becomes King.
1249   Alexander III becomes King.
1251   Alexander III marries Princess Margaret of England.
1263   The Battle of Largs
1281   Princess Margaret marries King Eric of Norway.
1286   Alexander III  dies.
1286   Margaret The maid of Norway accends.
1289   Treaty of Salisbury.
1290   Treaty of Brigham Margaret The maid of Norway dies.
1291   Thirteen competitors claim the Crown.
1292   John Balliol Becomes KIng.
1295   The Auld Alliance of Scotland and France is forged.
1296   The Battle of Dunbar.
1297   The Battle of Stirling Bridge.
1298   The Battle of Falkirk.
1302   Robert the Bruce submits to Edward I.
1305   The capture and execution of William Wallace.
1306   Robert the Bruce Murders John Common (the Red)
1306    Robert I becomes King.
1307   The Battle Loudon hill. Edward the 1st dies.
1314   The Battle of Bannockburn.
1320   The Declaration of Arbroath.
1324   Robert I Kingship recognised by the pope.
1329   David II becomes King.
1332   Edward Balliol Invades. Edward Balliol becomes King.
1356   Edward Balliol renounces his kingship.
1357   David II returns as King.

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The Society of The Scottish Knights
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The Society Of William Wallace
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The Written Note
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Wordsmithcrafts
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