The 14th Century (1301 - 1400)
Peasants Revolt on Blackheath.
1272 - 1307 King Edward I
1305 Eltham Palace originally built.
1307 - 1327 King Edward II
1314-17: Famine widespread in England
1326: Ottoman Empire founded
1327 Edward deposed after riots in the City of London
1327 - 1377 King Edward III
1334-51: Black (Bubonic) Plague kills c25 million people (half of Europe's population)
1337: Start of Hundred Years War between England and France
1340: First European Papermill opened
1375: Dutch Fisherman (William Benkelsoor) develops salted herring for use at sea
1377 - 1399 King Richard II
1380: Poll Tax introduced in England
1381: Peasant's Revolt - Wat Tyler encamped on Blackheath prior to marching on London.
1382: Vulgate Bible translated into English