AQA GCSE History "The reign of Edward I" - people

This quiz is for people taking the AQA GCSE History Module "Medieval England: the Reign of Edward I 1272-1307", which focuses on British history during the reign of Edward I. Name all the people associated with this module.
According to my notes. Where people have the same name, more information may be needed.
It is not necessarily vital to know about all of these people.
Does not include the case study.
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Last updated: June 2, 2019
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King who is the subject of the module
Edward I
His father
Henry III
Rebel who led the Second Barons' War against the above
Simon de Montfort
Ancient, possibly mythical, king who inspired many of Edward's actions
King Arthur
Edward's grandfather who was forced to sign the Magna Carta in the First Barons' War
Prince of Wales who refused to pay homage to Edward in 1275, who Edward subsequently fought several wars with
Llywelyn ap Gruffudd
First Norman King of England; Edward's great-great-great-great-grandfather
William the Conquerer
Low-ranking official in the government of Edward's father who acted as regent when Edward was on Crusade and later became Chancellor
Robert Burnell
King of Scotland who died in 1286
Alexander III
Granddaughter of the above who was heir to the Scottish throne but died before she could be crowned
Margaret, Maid of Norway
King of Scotland chosen by Edward after the death of the above; he later invaded England and was subsequently captured by Edward and forced to abdicate
John Balliol
Scottish rebel who defeated the English army at the Battle of Stirling Bridge in 1297
William Wallace
Other Scottish rebel who worked with the above but died at the Battle of Stirling Bridge
Andrew Moray
King of France who tried to make Edward pay homage for his land in France in the 1290s; Edward refused and his land was confiscated
Philip IV
Marshal of England who refused to supply Edward with soldiers unless Edward would also be fighting in the battle
Roger Bigod
Baron who along with the above wrote a list of demands on Edward including lowering taxes
Earl of Hereford
Family of bankers from Lucca who Edward got to organise his tax collection; they also collected £211,000 of duties
The Riccardi
Other family of bankers who Edward made a deal with after the above became bankrupt, which was partially Edward's fault
The Frescobaldi
Edward's first wife
Eleanor of Castile
Archbishop of Canterbury appointed in 1279; he was concerned about Edward borrowing money from the Jews and Edward was concerned about him overusing powers such as excommunication
John Peckham
Archbishop of Canterbury appointed in 1293; he refused to pay more than 10% tax for a war and although Edward settled the dispute he eventually forced the Archbishop into exile for allegedly plotting a rebellion
Robert Winchelsea
Influential religious thinker who was at Oxford University for some of Edward's reign; he had been expelled from Paris after a dispute with the French king and the Pope
John Duns Scotus
Friar who developed the scientific method and argued that the Bible was the source of all understanding and should be studied in its original language
Roger Bacon
Pope who told the above to do his work in secret
Clement IV
Author of the book 'De Legibus et Consuetudinibus Angliae', which was published in 1235 and argued that mens rea, or criminal intent, should be considered in criminal justice
Henry de Bracton
Brother of the Prince of Wales who was awarded much of his land in the Treaty of Aberconwy
Dafydd ap Gruffudd
Commander in the Battle of Orewin Bridge in 1282, in which the Prince of Wales was killed
John Giffard
Master Mason responsible for the building of the 'Ring of Iron' castles in Wales, which include Caernarfon Castle and Beaumaris Castle
James of St. George
Scottish noble who Edward feared may start a civil war; he later became the King of Scotland
Robert the Bruce
Edward's son who was made Prince of Wales after the Welsh princes were defeated; he was engaged to marry the Queen of Scotland (who died at the age of seven) before she died
Edward of Caernarfon (Edward II)
Edward's representative in Scotland in the late 1280s (he was English)
Antony Bek, Bishop of Durham
King of Norway with whom the King of Scotland signed a treaty in the mid-1290s, guaranteeing protection from Edward
Erik II
Leader of the English forces in the Battle of Dunbar, 1296
John de Warenne, Earl of Surrey
Norwegian king who supported the rebellion in Scotland
Haakon V
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