Tortured witch 1 of 7 - 2 - Jag estación 1 episodio 7
Span classnews_dt27032013spannbsp018332this episode was about a woman having flashbacks to being tortured as a witch shes brought out in a cart and put in a cage with a number of other people when she sees others being tortured.
1 used for hundreds of years by both protestant and catholic alike it was a manual of witch identification as well as a denunciation of superstition and demonology and also became the handbook of the secular courts.
Torture of a witch suspect by means of the water question one of a eries of woodcuts depicting the legalized tortures of the sixteenth century from joost damhouder enchiridion 1554.
The tortured witch was captured by marisa coulter and her general oblation board after the battle at bolvangar she was a member of the taymyr clan which was allied with the general oblation board until they found out they were cutting away childrens d230mons.
witchphobia and prosecutions for the crime of witchcraft reached a highpoint from 1580 to 1630 during the counterreformation and the european wars of religion when an estimated 50000 persons were burned at the stake of which roughly 80 were women and most often over the age of 40.
Verbatim report of the first days of torture of a woman accused of witchcraft at prossneck germany in 1629 1 the hangman bound the hands cut her hair and placed her on the ladder.
In 1928 a hungarian family was acquitted of killing an old woman they thought was a witch in 1976 a poor german woman was suspected of being a witch and keeping familiars so people in the small town ostracized her pelted her with stones and killed her animals in 1977 in france a man was killed for suspected sorcery.
The prince bishop built a witchhouse complete with torturechamber adorned with appropriate biblical texts the bamberg witch trials have been described as possibly the worst of the period the bamberg witch trials have been described as possibly the worst of the period.
These torture devices were devices used in the middle ages or early modern period to cause pain injury and sometimes death usually to extract information or a confession from criminals or prisoners also as punishment for crimes.