The source is a useful source as evidence of the relationship between John Balliol and Edward I as it was written by an eyewitness, John of Caen



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The source is a useful source as evidence of the relationship between John Balliol and Edward I as it was written by an eyewitness, John of Caen, who was present at a meeting of the two kings in Newcastle when Jonh Balliol swore loyalty to Edward

  • The source is a useful source as evidence of the relationship between John Balliol and Edward I as it was written by an eyewitness, John of Caen, who was present at a meeting of the two kings in Newcastle when Jonh Balliol swore loyalty to Edward



The purpose of the source makes it less useful as evidence of the relationship between John Balliol and Edward I as it was written to confirm Edward’s overlordship of Scotland by one of his priests and may be slightly exaggerated in its wording of the loyalty sworn to Edward.

  • The purpose of the source makes it less useful as evidence of the relationship between John Balliol and Edward I as it was written to confirm Edward’s overlordship of Scotland by one of his priests and may be slightly exaggerated in its wording of the loyalty sworn to Edward.



The content of the source makes useful as evidence of the relationship between John Balliol and Edward I as it tells us how John was forced to come to Newcastle by Edward to swear homage to him showing how Edward controlled him.

  • The content of the source makes useful as evidence of the relationship between John Balliol and Edward I as it tells us how John was forced to come to Newcastle by Edward to swear homage to him showing how Edward controlled him.



The content of the source makes it useful as evidence of the relationship between John Balliol and Edward I as it states how John swore loyalty to Edward and how Edward was the superior overlord and master of John.

  • The content of the source makes it useful as evidence of the relationship between John Balliol and Edward I as it states how John swore loyalty to Edward and how Edward was the superior overlord and master of John.



The source is less useful as evidence of the relationship between John Balliol and Edward I as it fails to mention that Edward continually interfered in the running of Scotland and appointed his men in positions of importance instead of John’s men.

  • The source is less useful as evidence of the relationship between John Balliol and Edward I as it fails to mention that Edward continually interfered in the running of Scotland and appointed his men in positions of importance instead of John’s men.



The source is less useful as evidence of the relationship between John Balliol and Edward I as it fails to mention that Edward overruled John’s judgments' in a number of legal cases, the most famous of these being the Mac Duff case.

  • The source is less useful as evidence of the relationship between John Balliol and Edward I as it fails to mention that Edward overruled John’s judgments' in a number of legal cases, the most famous of these being the Mac Duff case.
















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