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This wandering priest was leader of the Peasant's Revolt of 1381. He made famous the rhyming couplet, 'When Adam delved and Eve span, who was then the gentleman'
He was freed from prison by Wat Tyler and his men
He was hanged after the failure of the revolt
19 June, 1312
Execution of Piers Gaveston
Edward II's favourite aroused such enmity among Edward's chief barons that he was seized and executed by the Earl of Lancaster, after a summary mock trial
This child king came to throne at the age of 12, but probably died in the Tower of London two years later
He was imprisined in the tower by his uncle, Richard III
He was one of the two famous 'Princes in the Tower'