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Piers GavestonEdward II's Adoptive Brother$
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Pierre Chaplais

Print publication date: 1994

Print ISBN-13: 9780198204497

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: October 2011

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198204497.001.0001

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Exile in Ireland and Rehabilitation

Exile in Ireland and Rehabilitation

(p.44) 3 Exile in Ireland and Rehabilitation
Piers Gaveston

Pierre Chaplais

Oxford University Press

Piers Gaveston's undue prominence at the coronation aroused most universal fury among English nobility. On 24 May the archbishop issued a mandate threatening Gaveston with major excommunication ipso factor if he failed to leave the kingdom by 25 June or presumed to return at any time after that date. This chapter discusses the great seal versus the privy seal, the royal lieutenancy in Ireland, the embassy to Avignon, the papal bull of absolution, and Gaveston's conflict with the Westminster monk Brother Roger de Algenham.

Keywords:   excommunication, great seal, privy seal, royal lieutenancy, Ireland, Avignon, papal bull, absolution, Brother Roger de Algenham, Piers Gaveston

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