English King Edward II’s Homosexual Relationship With Noble Piers Gaveston, Gaveston Being Exiled and Then Brought Back, Nobles Drafting The Ordinances, Gaveston Executed as an Enemy of the State, and Scottish King Robert the Bruce Waiting for Scotland’s Recognition of Independence and/or Sovereignty by the English Crown

Edward II and Piers Gaveston, a minor noble engaged in a homosexual relationship, which may have been overlooked at the time during the 13th century if it were not for the lavish gifts Edward II showed upon Gaveston. Gaveston was exiled from the realm by Edward I for referring to Edward II as his brother. When Edward I died, his son Edward II brought Gaveston back into his kingdom and provided him with money, gold, title, and land. This caused the whole of England to murmur behind closed doors, ...

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