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Scottish History Timeline

A chronological record of the most important events in the history of Scotland.


14th Century History of Scotland timeline

1303: France and England make peace - English army now free to concentrate attack Scotland.


1304: Stirling Castle captured by Edward I. (All castles now in the hands of the English)


Stirling Castle

Stirling Castle



1305: William Wallace betrayed - handed over to the English and executed.


1307: Battle of Loudon Hill. King Robert I comprehensively defeats English forces led by de Valence.


Pulpit Rock - Loudon Hill

Pulpit Rock - Loudon Hill



1307: Battle of Inverurie in which Robert the Bruce defeats the troops of John Comyn.


1309: King Robert the Bruce convens his first parliament, at St Andrews.


1312: Treaty of Inverness with Norway.


1314: Robert the Bruce defeats the English at Bannockburn.


Bannockburn Battlefield

Bannockburn Battlefield



1314: Edinburgh castle captured by Thomas Randolph, 1st Earl of Moray.


1318: King Robert the Bruce captures Berwick on Tweed.


Berwick on Tweed - - Scottish - English - Scottish???

Berwick on Tweed



1320: Nobles assert Scottish independence in the Declaration of Arbroath.


Declaration of Arbroath



1328: Treaty of Northampton. England recognises Scottish independence.


1334: Scotland loses major port of Berwick to the English.


1350: The Black Death hits Glasgow and other towns.


1371: Robert II becomes first Stewart king.


1371: Treaty of Vincennes creating an alliance between France and Scotland.

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