Boy I was so wrong about the definition of gibbet!
gib·bet [jib-it] noun, verb, gib·bet·ed,gib·bet·ing.
1. a gallows with a projecting arm at the top, from which the bodies of criminals were formerly hung in chains and leftsuspended after execution.
1175–1225; Middle English < Old French gibet (earlier, staff orcudgel), diminutive of gibe staff, club
The gibbet has only increased his glory and made him a martyr.
The gibbet was enclosed by a rope into which nobody was admitted buttbo clergy, officers and reporters.