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Roman England
Crimes: Arson, Runaway slaves, Violence (against people), Burglary, Murder, Gang War, Rioting, Stealing farm animals, Attacking the emperor and Cowardice
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Roman England
Causes of Crimes: Poverty (need to survive), Lack of Authorities, Human Nature (Alcohol, Greed, Youth and Hooliganism)
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Saxon England
Crimes: Same as Roman and Disobeying Church Rules.
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Norman England
Crimes: Same as Roman & Saxon, Murdrum, Forest Law and Feudal Crime.
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Norman England
Causes of Crimes: Saxons dislike for the amount of Normans.
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Middle Ages
Crimes: Treason, Heresy (Religious) and Feudal Crime continued.
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Early Modern (Tudor)
Crimes: Begging.
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Early Modern (Tudor)
Causes for Begging: Problems in cloth industry, Prices on housing/food/land went up, No need for farm workers, Closure of monasteries, Wars ending, Population increase and No system to help unemployed.
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Causes of Crimes: Poverty (need to survive), Lack of Authorities, Human Nature (Alcohol, Greed, Youth and Hooliganism)

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Roman England

Card 3

Front

Crimes: Same as Roman and Disobeying Church Rules.

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Card 4

Front

Crimes: Same as Roman & Saxon, Murdrum, Forest Law and Feudal Crime.

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Card 5

Front

Causes of Crimes: Saxons dislike for the amount of Normans.

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