Historical map of France at the
Death of Edward III, 1377.
Outline Red - Boundary of English Territory as settled by the
Treaty of Bretigny 1360
Red - Boundary of English Territory as settled by the Treaty of
Bretigni 1360 at the
The treaty of Bretigni
(Treaty of Brétigny) was made in 1360 between Edward III and
King John of France.
After it Edward lost the actual possession of nearly the whole
South of France, but he
never gave up his pretensions to the Sovereignty of
University of Texas at Austin.
From The Public Schools Historical Atlas edited by C. Colbeck, 1905.
Map of Central Europe 1378