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Edward I of England reigned as king from 1272 to 1307 C. Edward was not content with ruling England and Wales but also set his sights on Scotland.
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Scotland's History Articles Edward I, King of England. Through his campaigns against Scotland he would come to be known after his death as 'Scottorum malleus' – the Hammer of the Scots. Born 1239, died 1307. Edward I, King of England. Intelligent and impatient, Edward proved to be a highly effective king. The reign of his father, Henry III, was marked by internal instability and military failure. Upon succeeding to the throne on 1272 Edward did much to rectify these issues. He managed to control and placate the unruly English barons and unite them behind him.
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