crime and punishment

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  • ROMANS
    • THEIR IDEAS?
      • Hierarchical system
        • where people have powers over others
          • Emperor
          • Slaves
      • PATRIARCHAL SOCIETY
        • Men are in charge
    • CRIMES
      • MAIN
        • Theft
          • WHY
            • They'd starve anyway
      • MOST SERIOUS
        • Treason
          • WHY
            • Don't want to be overthrown
      • WORSE TREATED?
        • WOMEN
          • WHY
            • because of the patriarchy society
        • CHRISTIANS
          • WHY
            • You are supposed to worship the emperor
    • LAWS
      • The right to know what the laws are
      • innocent till proven guilty
      • the right to present evidnece
      • a fair trial
      • Know the charges against them
    • PART 1
      • ANGLO-SAXON
        • DIFFERENCE TO ROMANS
          • Less unified
          • Less severe
          • the law wasn't written down so it wasn't certain
          • A-S USED TRIAL BY ORDEAL
        • WHAT WAS THEIR LAW AND ORDER?
          • TRUST
            • Families
            • Hundreds
              • 100 hundred farmers
                • A tithing?
                  • 10 out of the hundred
                    • If 1 committed the crime the rest would deal with it in the tithing
                      • DIFFERENCE TO ROMANS
                        • Less unified
                        • Less severe
                        • the law wasn't written down so it wasn't certain
                        • A-S USED TRIAL BY ORDEAL
          • WHAT WAS HUE AND CRY
            • Chase a criminal down and deal with them
        • who held up the law?
          • The King
          • The tithings looked after each other
        • WERGILD
          • system of punishment based on payment
            • Rates varied on the victim of the crime
              • a lord would have a higher price then a slave
        • CRIMES
          • THEFT
            • DEATH
              • TRAESON
          • TRAESON
          • SLANDER
            • Out with their tounge
        • TRAIL BY ORDEAL
          • HOT IRON
            • Hold a hot rod if your hand healed you were innocent
          • HOT WATER
            • Had in hot water to get something out if it healed yu were innocent
          • COLD WATER
            • DIippedyou in water if you sank you were innocent and if you floated you were guilty
          • CONCENTRATED BREAD
            • only took by priests
            • if they choked on it they were guilty

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