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1 Edward I-III, Richard II, the Peasant Revolt Anna Maria Viinalass 10.B

2 Edward I (1239 –1307) Edward Longshanks John Lackland’s grandson A man of authority brought Wales and Scotland under English control Good relations with the king of France Philip IV

3 Edward II ( ) homosexual homosexual Isabella + Edward II (Isabella- daughter of Philip IV) Isabella + Edward II (Isabella- daughter of Philip IV) Consequences of this marriage Consequences of this marriage Isabella + Roger Mortimer (ruled 3 years) Isabella + Roger Mortimer (ruled 3 years) Edward II – forced to abdicate Edward II – forced to abdicate

4 Edward III ( ) Seized power in 1330 Seized power in 1330 England - the most efficient military power in Europe England - the most efficient military power in Europe 100 Years’ War ( ) 100 Years’ War ( ) Expensive king Expensive king Black Death Black Death Order of the Garter Order of the Garter “code of chivalry” “code of chivalry” Son - The Black Prince Son - The Black Prince

5 Richard II (1367 –1400) 11 years old 11 years old Uncle John ruled instead of him (duke of Lancaster) Uncle John ruled instead of him (duke of Lancaster) Hadn’t got skills Hadn’t got skills Unpopular- taxes Unpopular- taxes

6 The Peasants’ Revolt (1381) Lasted for 4 weeks Lasted for 4 weeks Peasants + poor townspeople Peasants + poor townspeople Peasants took control of much London Peasants took control of much London Wat Tyler and other leaders were killed Wat Tyler and other leaders were killed Richard’s promises Richard’s promises Discontent with the state and the church Discontent with the state and the church

7 The Black Prince (1330 –1376) no record of this name being used during his lifetime no record of this name being used during his lifetime black armour black armour instead known as Edward of Woodstock, after his place of birth instead known as Edward of Woodstock, after his place of birth Richard Grafton's " Richard Grafton's "Chronicle of England“ origin - uncertain origin - uncertain

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