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5 Mar 1324
David Bruce, future David II of Scotland, is born in Dunfermline.
12 Jun 1328
David Bruce, future David II of Scotland, marries Joan, daughter of Edward II of England.
1329 - 1371
24 Nov 1331
David II of Scotland is crowned at Scone Abbey.
11 Aug 1332
Edward Balliol invades Scotland and defeats the royal Scottish army at Dupplin Moor near Perth.
24 Sep 1332
Edward Balliol is crowned King of nScotland at Scone Abbey.
David II of Scotland's supporters win a battle at Annan obliging Edward Balliol to retreat to York.
19 Jul 1333
Edward III of England wins a victory against the Scots loyal to David II of Scotland at the Battle of Halidon Hill.
David II of Scotland flees to France after Edward Balliol declares himself king for a second time.
Edward Balliol is removed from the Scottish throne by Robert Stewart and barons loyal to David II of Scotland.
1337 - 1453
The Hundred Years' War between England and France.
David II of Scotland returns to Scotland from exile in France.
1346 - 1357
Robert Stewart, the King's Lieutenant, rules Scotland on behalf of David II of Scotland.
David II of Scotland, ally of Philip VI of France, invades northern England.
17 Oct 1346
An English army defeats the Scots at the Battle of Neville’s Cross near Durham and captures David II of Scotland.
Oct 1357 - Nov 1357
The Treaty of Berwick between England and Scotland releases David II of Scotland from his captivity under Edward III of England.
Robert Stewart launches an unsuccessful coup against David II of Scotland.
22 Feb 1371
David's Tower is completed at Edinburgh Castle, a project begun by David II of Scotland.