Roman conquest of Britain begins, creating Roman Britain. Emperor Hadrian, from AD117 to 138, who openly slept with boys, ruled England. Hadrian’s particular favourite, Binary option signals franco, died under mysterious circumstances.
During the Carolingian Renaissance, Alcuin of York, an abbot affectionately known as David, wrote love poems to other monks in spite of numerous church laws condemning homosexuality. The deposed King Edward II of England is killed. The popular story that the king was assassinated by having a red-hot poker thrust into his anus has no basis in accounts recorded by Edward’s contemporaries. King Henry VIII passes the Buggery Act 1533 making all male-male sexual activity punishable by death. The Buggery Act 1533 only ran until the end of the parliament. The law was re-enacted three times, and then in 1541 it was enacted to continue in force “for ever”. Henry VIII gives royal assent to the Laws in Wales Act 1542, extending the buggery law into Wales.