1. What was one of the ways women were trialed for witchcraft?
- they were chopped into little pieces
- they were thrown into hot water
- Dunked in the local river and if they didnt drown, they were witches
- they were burnt at the stake
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2. What year was witchcraft abolished?
3. Where were criminals sent for Transportation?
- New Zealand
4. What was misogyny?
- A law that was passed about witches
- an illness that affected men
- Where many men feared or hated women.
- An old ailment that affected the older people
5. What was one of the reasons why witchcraft stopped becoming a crime?
- Policing had gotten better
- People believed too much in God to revel in the devils work anymore
- Science-increased experimentation from 1660 began to explain things.
- People didnt care about witches anymore