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The inquisition balance of countless victims of torture and persecution that were condemned by so-called "acts of faith"
What was the Inquisition?
Founded by Pope Gregory IX. Was kind of a religious court set up in the middle ages.
In the twelfth century the "Albigensian" were massacred on the orders of Pope Innocent III
Pope Inocêncio III
In 1252, Pope Innocent IV authorizes the use of torture as a means to achieve the conversion
Galileo Galilei was persecuted by stating through his theories that the earth revolved around the sun and not vice versa.
A list of banned books was published, the "Index Librorum Prohibitorum" through which many books were burned and banned by the Church.
The defendant was not entitled to know why nor by whom he had been convicted, had no right to defense and sufficed only two witnesses as evidence.
The Spanish Inquisition was a way that Ferdinand of Aragon found to pursue their opponents
Torture has never been used on a large scale by the Inquisition.
Black cats were seen as witches transformed into animals.
The Inquisition acted in various parts of the world
The Inquisition lasted nearly seven centuries.
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