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Birth of future KIng Philip VI

1293

First Christian Jubilee Year

1300

Archbishops governed Lyon, France until early 1300's

1300

King Philip VI kidnaps Pope Boniface VIII and beats him

1303

later Boniface later dies in Rome; death ends struggle between King Philip and the pope over papal powers in France

Louis X marries to Margret of Burgundy

1305

Pope Clement V claims the Papal See

1305

Philip IV banishes the Jews from France

1306

Clement V settles in Avignon to escape civil unrest in Rome

1310

Order of the knights Templar is abolished

1312

being accused of witchcraft

Louis X becomes king

1314 - 1316

King Louis X marries to Clemence d'Anjou

1315

King Louis X dies

1316

France adopted Silac Law

1317

excluded women from succession to the throne

Charles IV becomes king

1322

Queen Isabella and Roger Mortimer sail to England

1326

accompanied by an army to rebel against King Edward II

King Charles IV dies without direct descendant

1328

Philip VI becomes first king of the House of Valois

1328

Start of building work on papal palace in Avignon

1334

Outbreak of Hundred Years' War between France and England

1337

Pierre Roger elected Pope; takes name Clement VI

1342

Battle of Crecy

1346

English army under Edward III defeats French forces; large numbers of hostages taken

Arrival of the Black Death

1348

Clement successfully negotiates to but Avignon from Joanna, Countess of Provence. Plot to deliver Augues- Mortes to English forces fails

Death of King Philip of France

1350

Death of Clement VI; death of Cardinal Ceccani

1352

The French recapture Poitou and Brittany

1372

regain control of the English Channel

John of Gaunt returns from war and takes control of the government

1374

Church splits

1378

one pope in Rome and another in Avignon

Charles VI becomes king

1380 - 1422

John of Gaunt and Richard II

1385

fruitless military campaign in Scotland

John of Gaunt leads unsuccessful military expedition

1386

to Spain to try and win the crown of Castile

A Truce between France, England and Scotland

1389

stops all fighting

Benedict XIII antipope at Avignon hold Avignon Papal See

1394 - 1423

John of Gaunt dies

1399

The Great Schism

1410

papacy reunited and once more permanently resident in Rome