By Richard Ward
This can be a bankruptcy from A worldwide heritage of Execution and the felony Corpse edited via Richard Ward. This bankruptcy is on the market open entry less than a CC by means of license.
Capital punishment is an ancient common — it's been practiced sooner or later within the heritage of just about all identified societies and areas. that's not to assert, even if, that it's an historic consistent — the use, shape, functionality and which means of execution has different enormously throughout diverse ancient contexts. this can be likewise actual for a huge — even if fairly overlooked — point of capital punishment: the destiny of the legal physique after execution. This bankruptcy is an creation to the quantity.
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107. 108. 109. 110. 111. 112. 113. 114. 115. 35 London Evening Post, 21 March 1761. Wilf, ‘Anatomy and Punishment’, 517, 522. Evening Advertiser, 16 March 1758; Banner, The Death Penalty, p. 80. Garland, ‘Modes of Capital Punishment’. King, ‘Hanging not Punishment Enough’. See Steve Poole’s chapter in this volume and idem, ‘“A Lasting and Salutary Warning”: Incendiarism, Rural Order and England’s Last Scene of Crime Execution’, Rural History 19 (2008), 163–77. Gatrell, The Hanging Tree, pp. 315–21.
P. 61. An argument also made by Thomas Laqueur, ‘Crowds, Carnival and the State in English Executions, 1604–1868’, in A. L. Beier, David Cannadine and James Rosenheim (eds), The First Modern Society: Essays in Honour of Lawrence Stone (Cambridge, 1989), pp. 305–56. David Garland, ‘The Problem of the Body in Modern State Punishment’, Social Research: An International Quarterly 78 (2011), 779–80. Norbert Elias, The Civilizing Process: The History of Manners and State Formation and Civilization (translated by Edmund Jephcott, Oxford, 1994).
A. Sharpe, Crime in Early Modern England 1550–1750 (2nd edn, London, 1999), pp. 90–2. A similar pattern is identified by Philip Jenkins, ‘From Gallows to Prison? The Execution Rate in Early Modern England’, Criminal Justice History 7 (1986), 52, 56, 61. 5. Richard J. Evans, Rituals of Retribution: Capital Punishment in Germany 1600–1987 (Oxford, 1996), p. 42. 6. Richard van Dülmen, Theatre of Horror: Crime and Punishment in Early Modern Germany (translated by Elisabeth Neu, Oxford, 1990), Appendix, Tables 1 and 2.
A Global History of Execution and the Criminal Corpse by Richard Ward