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Ancient Roman Crime and Punishment

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Megan Beispiel

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By Megan Beispiel
Ancient Roman Crime and Punishment
Punishments NOT Resulting In Death
THE TWELVE TABLES
Punishments for Slaves
Flogging
Branding
Carrying the furca
Being sent to a work house
Capital Punishment
Roman Military Punishments
Castigato

Pecunaria multo

Munerum indictio
CAPITAL
PUNISHMENT
Now the fun stuff.
Crucifixion
Stoning
Being thrown from the Tarpeian Rock
Damnatio ad bestias
Table I
Table II
Table III
Table IV
Table V
Table VI
Table VII
Table VIII
Table IX
Table X
Table XI
Table XII
Fines
Held in bonds
Flogging
Exile
Slavery
Infamy
Retaliation
damnun
vincula
verbera
exilium
servitus
ignominia
talio
Becoming a Gladiator!
Support Our Troops
When stern words won't cut it
Fustuarium
Militae mutatio
Decimation
Frumentum mutatum
Extra muros
Misso ignominosa
flogging
losing rank
literally, killing one
in ten soldiers
change of unit's diet
pitching tents outside camp
disbandonment of unit
a minor whacking
pay reduction
assigned crappy jobs
Beheading
Strangulation
in prison
Being thrown
from the Robur
Burned/buried alive
Some of my personal favorites...
Death by theatre
Punishment for debtors
Punishment for
patricide
trial procedure
more trials
debt
rights of paterfamilias
guardianship and inheritance
acquisition and
possession
land rights
laws of injury
public law
sacred law
supplement I
supplement II
http://www.ancientl.com/roman/army-punishments/
http://ancientlinks.blogspot.com/2010/11/crime-and-punishment-in-ancient-rome.html
http://www.csun.edu/~hcfll004/12tables.html
http://www.tribunesandtriumphs.org/roman-life/roman-punishment.htm
http://books.google.com/books?id=sGGbFKoEWSoC&pg=PA218&lpg=PA218&dq=roman+cut+up+debtor&source=bl&ots=_-ofZBoz2b&sig=07HD3HP6yHvGdKaKeYex-Uq5tzY&hl=en&sa=X&ei=9iq1UZrSEZXb4APU7ICYDg&ved=0CEAQ6AEwAQ#v=onepage&q=roman%20cut%20up%20debtor&f=false
http://www.dl.ket.org/latin2/mores/legallatin/legal01.htm
Bibliography
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