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What is an example of a punishment during the period c.1500 c.1700 which was developed to serve mainly as a form of retribution (as opposed to deterrence or rehabilitation etc.)
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Here are the ones I could think of:
Transportation
Bloody Code - 50 capital crimes
Hung, drawn and quartered for treason e.g. The gunpowder plot.
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Here are the ones I could think of:
Transportation
Bloody Code - 50 capital crimes
Hung, drawn and quartered for treason e.g. The gunpowder plot.
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What is an example of a punishment during the period c.1500 c.1700 which was developed to serve mainly as a form of retribution (as opposed to deterrence or rehabilitation etc.)
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Corporal punishment such as whipping and flogging
Capital punishment (hanging which was very harsh)
Burning at the stake - used only for heresy and it was also very painful which proves its form of retribution
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Fines
Corporal punishment such as whipping and flogging
Capital punishment (hanging which was very harsh)
Burning at the stake - used only for heresy and it was also very painful which proves its form of retribution
thank you so much!!
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