Hello, I’m gladitus I am trying to find a criminal called sneakus creepus. The Romans. CRIME AND PUNISHMENT. Har har ! T hey can’t catch me, I’m the sneaky peanut man!. A brief warning to you. - A brief intersection from the makers-.
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WHEN CRIMES WERE COMMITED IN ANCIENT ROME, THERE WERE BRUTAL PUNISHMENTS AND FATAL CONSEQUENCES. AS YOU FOLLOW US INTO THE WORLD OF CRIME AND PUNISHMENT, BE SURE TO KEEP YOUR EYES PERCHED AND DO NOT VOMIT AT THE SHEER HORRIBLE—NESS OF THE GHASTLY PUNSHMENTS. ALSO, STAY ENTERTAINED WITH OUR TWO LITTLE ROMANS WHO BRAVELY VOLUNTEERED TO JOIN US IN THIS POWERPOINT.
NOW, AS THEY ALL SAY, TIME IS TICKING SO LET’S
BEGIN … ENJOY!
HOW DARE YOU CRITISIZE THE AUTHORS!!!
Punishments then in Ancient Rome were much harsher than it is now.
Stop there! You crook!
YOU CAN’T CATCH ME!!!
A death sentence was not given for this offence (except slaves) but free people guilty of this crime were subjected to banishment. This deprived them of their property and privileges.
The Tarpeian Rock
People who committed patricide were blindfolded and thrown into a river from the Tarpeian rock. The were also put in prison.
The victim was tied or nailed, above the wrist and feet, to a cross or pole. When nailed, there was a massive strain put on the wrists, arms and shoulders often resulting in a dislocation of the shoulder and elbow joints. The rib cage was constrained in a fixed position, which made it extremely difficult to exhale, and impossible to take a full breath. The Romans also whipped their victims using a whip for scourging called a flagrum, which consisted of small pieces of bone and metal attached to a number of leather strands.
‘puff’ ‘pant’ ‘groan’
CRIME IN ANCIENT ROME INCLUDED FORGERY, TREASON, PATRICIDE AND STEALING. VANDALS AND THIEFS WERE COMMON THEN.
DID YOU KNOW!?
A firework in the shape of a question mark?
Treason is betraying your country. Patricide is killing your own father.
These were one of the worst offences you could commit.
The ten tables
Rights of fathers (paterfamilias) over the family
Legal guardianship and inheritance laws
Acquisition and possession
Torts and delicts (Laws of injury)
DID U KNOW!?
It started off with 10 ten tables but was later changed to the twelve tables when Appius Claudius added two more.
I didn’t know that
Let’s just wait for gladitus to catch sneakus creepus.
This is NOT part of the powerpoint. It is a special edition from SC and gladitus . I repeat, it is NOT!
Ps. I hope you don’t mind ms mulder
To be continued immediately
THE HAPPY SEAL BLASTED THEM BOTH FOR NO REASON WHATSOEVER. THE END!
THANK YOU FOR WATCHING OUR SLIDE!
AND SNEAKUS CREEPUS!