Crime and Punishment c1000-c1500

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1. What were the main aims of punishment during this period

  • Public Shaming, Retribution, Protection
  • Deter, Vindication, Public Shaming
  • Deter, Public Shaming, Retribution
  • Retribution, Reform, Protect
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2. What was the Heresy Act of 1414?

  • Anyone who committed heresy was sentenced to death
  • It included all of the above
  • Heresy was no longer classed as a crime
  • Act to discuss the different ways they could deal with witchcraft

3. What replaced Trials By Ordeal?

  • Trial By Jury
  • Trial by Execution
  • Trial by Combat
  • Trial by Religion

4. Who was murdered in 1170 that massively changed crime and punishment?

  • Thomas Beckett
  • Matthew Hopkins
  • Henry VIII
  • Oliver Cromwell

5. What was a tithing?

  • 8 men in a group and if one committed a crime they would all have to try and help cover for that person
  • 10 men in a group and if one committed a crime, the whole group would be punished
  • 12 men in a group and if one committed a crime, the whole group would be punished
  • 10 people in a group and if one committed a crime, the whole group would be punished

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