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Criminal Punishments. By: Abby Smith. Monalisa by Vinci is the master piece of renaissance and world art. Royalty vs. The Poor. They dealt with crime differently depending on if you where a noble, man, woman, commoners, and natives.

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Criminal punishments

Criminal Punishments

By: Abby Smith

  • Monalisa by Vinci is the master piece of renaissance and world art


Criminal punishments

Royalty vs. The Poor

  • They dealt with crime differently depending on if you where a noble, man, woman, commoners, and natives.

  • For example crimes against royalty had worse or more severe punishments.


Common crimes of the nobility

Common Crimes of the Nobility

  • High Treason

  • Spying

  • Rebellion

  • Murder

  • Witchcraft


Common crimes of desperation

Common Crimes of Desperation

Theft

Forgers

Begging

Poaching

Fraud


Fines

Fines

  • Normally the punishment for a minor crime was a fine.

  • Different sized fines where given depending upon the punishment.

  • They rarely fined poor people.


Confinement

Confinement

  • They used confinement on both rich and poor people.

  • Confinement was a punishment that required a person to stay in a specific area in the state for a specific period of time.


Beheading

Beheading

  • Normally done to the upper class criminals.

  • Done in public.

  • They would usually take a few blows to the head before being beheaded.

  • After being beheaded the executioner would hold the head up, not for the crowd to see the head but for the head to see the crowd and its’ body being as they remain conscious for a few seconds after being beheaded. 


Cruel punishments

Cruel Punishments

  • Being hung

  • Burning to death

  • Whipping

  • Branding

  • Cutting off ears, hands, ect.


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