700 years on, a proper funeral for the 'teenage witch' who had her head chopped off
The body of a 14th century teenager thought to have been beheaded as a witch and buried on unconsecrated ground has been exhumed and given a proper burial.
Top 10 Gruesome Medieval Torture Devices - Listverse
Torture: it is an ancient practice that still goes on today. In the middle ages torture was used for punishment, interrogation, and deterrence. It is easy
Demonstation of an instrument used to crush fingers in the Breendonck concentration camp. The original caption reads, "The above photograph shows an instrument which the Germans used as a finger-press.The instrument was shown to Madame Pacquet who had her fingers crushed until her nails came off. She identified it as identical with the instrument which the Germans had used to torture her in Breendonk. The moment she saw it she said, "Take it away. I never want to see it again."
Crimes da Igreja Católica
Sessenta anos de tortura e abuso sexual de criancas por freiras e padres em asilos na Irlanda A Igreja Católica Romana operou uma série de mais de 200 asilos para órfãos, crianças delinqüentes, e de filhos de mães solteiras na Irlanda entre 1930 e 1990. Estes asilos abrigavam cerca de 30.000 crianças que foram financiados…
La Pintura y la Guerra - Página 1158
Un lugar para publicar y analizar los cuadros de las grandes batallas de la humanidad, desde la antigua Grecia hasta la invencion del cine a sido el unico mo…
Medieval Torture and Punishment - Execution Methods. Get Medieval facts, information and history about Execution Methods. Fast and accurate facts about Execution Methods.
14" Compound Grind Recurve Stabber Butterfly Swords Böhler D-2 Blade Steel (Instructor Grade)
Last Pair! Blade Style: StabberBlade Length: Approx 14” inches through axis from tip to D Guard Total Length: Approx 19" Weight: #1 knife 1 lbs 9.8 oz/734grams -- #2 Knife 1 lbs 12.1 oz/797 grams Blade Material: Böhler D-2 Tool Steel (weapons grade) D Guard Material: Cast AISI 304 Stainless Steel Blade Grind: Compo
The word Astrolabe comes from Greek astron, meaning "star" and lambanien, "to take, to look for". It is considered the mathematical jewel of astronomy. The invention of the astrolabe is attributed to Diogenes Laertius. Other searches show that it was devised by Ptolemy, as he invented the flat astrolabe. After falling
Germany (Nuremberg: Kunz Lochner), ~1555. From the garniture of Niklaus 'The Black' Radziwill. This amazing piece was part of a garniture (matching set of armour) that is sadly dispersed today. Parts of the man's armour are in Vienna and Paris, and The Met has a handful of pieces including this shaffron, one plate from the crinet (horse's neck protection), and some tournament exchange pieces. Most people focus on the eye protection, but the etched strapwork and coloring really make…