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The Street Sweeper's Daughter- This Russian torture method worked by fastening the device upon a victim crouched inside. As it tightened, it would crush the person's spine and/or ribs.

The Street Sweeper's Daughter- This Russian torture method worked by fastening the device upon a victim crouched inside. As it tightened, it would crush the person's spine and/or ribs.

Hanging cages: It was very common to see these devices hanging all over European urban locations until late days of XVIII Century. This method was used to punish and kill criminals found guilty of any offense requiring everybody to see what could happen if they commited same crime. It was also used to punish criminals whose offenses created commotion between citizens. Prisoners were enclosed there nude or barely dressed. No food, no compassion… just hanging there to die starving and thirst

Hanging cages: It was very common to see these devices hanging all over European urban locations until late days of XVIII Century. This method was used to punish and kill criminals found guilty of any offense requiring everybody to see what could happen if they commited same crime. It was also used to punish criminals whose offenses created commotion between citizens. Prisoners were enclosed there nude or barely dressed. No food, no compassion… just hanging there to die starving and thirst

10 Worst Medieval Torture Devices - Likes

10 Worst Medieval Torture Devices - Likes

Inquisition Torture Women | Title: THE TRUE FACE OF THE ROMAN CATHOLIC INQUISITION

Inquisition Torture Women | Title: THE TRUE FACE OF THE ROMAN CATHOLIC INQUISITION

The Scold's Bridle or Branks  Judicial:  Some houses had a hook in the wall at the side of the fireplace where the wife would be chained, until she promised to behave herself and curb her tongue. Although sometimes fitted to a nagging wife by the local gaoler (jailer) at the request of her husband, or by the husband himself, it was more often a punitive sentence ordered by a magistrate. This could be used to publicly humiliate the woman by leading her through the town

The Scold's Bridle or Branks Judicial: Some houses had a hook in the wall at the side of the fireplace where the wife would be chained, until she promised to behave herself and curb her tongue. Although sometimes fitted to a nagging wife by the local gaoler (jailer) at the request of her husband, or by the husband himself, it was more often a punitive sentence ordered by a magistrate. This could be used to publicly humiliate the woman by leading her through the town

Scary chair

Scary chair

Death of Regulus.  ( Boccaccio)  Netherlads c. 1479-80. art--"Master of the White Inscriptions". BL by tony harrison, via Flickr

Death of Regulus. ( Boccaccio) Netherlads c. 1479-80. art--"Master of the White Inscriptions". BL by tony harrison, via Flickr

10 Worst Medieval Torture Devices

10 Worst Medieval Torture Devices

Game champions are kept in cells before going into the match; Marra is held there after she wins and freed by Cecile as the natives revolt against the colonists

Game champions are kept in cells before going into the match; Marra is held there after she wins and freed by Cecile as the natives revolt against the colonists

The Roman Catholic Inquisitions  -  water torture

The Roman Catholic Inquisitions - water torture

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