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Crime and Punishment

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Ashtin Dennison

on 30 April 2010

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Crime and Punishment Minor crimes
or misdemeanors punishments for
minor crimes public humiliation

Mildest Form of Punishment

Pillory Major crimes Punishments for
major crimes death

Hung tortured disemboweled branded The Rack The Scavenger's
Daughter The Iron Maiden The Wheel (The Pillory) (A Hanging) (Martin) Scavenger's Daughter (Grabianowski) (The Wheel) (Branding Iron) Works Cited

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Emerson, Kathy Lynn. Everyday Life in Renaissance England. Cincinnati: Writer’s Digest, 1996. Print.

Grabianowski, Ed. The Iron Maiden. N.d. How Stuff Works. N.p., n.d. Web. 20 Apr. 2010. <http://history.howstuffworks.com/middle-ages/10-medieval-torture-devices7.htm>.

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