Catholic Inquisition XVII century, The Malefiz House in Bamberg - Vintage Nostalgia
Catholic Inquisition XVII century, The Malefiz House in Bamberg

The Malefiz House in Bamberg was built in 1627 by Prince Bishop Johann George II and was a torture jail of the Catholic Inquisition. The monumental building looked like a church

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torture collection instruments at  Nuremberg royal castle, vintage engraving - Vintage Nostalgia
torture collection instruments at Nuremberg royal castle, vintage engraving

XIX century, torture collection instruments displayed in the dungeons of Nuremberg royal castle

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Vintage engraving representing justice administration in Strasbourg in late middle ages - Vintage Nostalgia
Vintage engraving representing justice administration in Strasbourg in late middle ages

Justice and punishment administration in Strasbourg, engraving from 1530

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Medieval feudal lifestyle, serfs punishment - Vintage Nostalgia
Medieval feudal lifestyle, serfs punishment

Middle ages engraving, punishment of servants

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Title illustration of Emperor Karl V “peinlicher Gerichtsordnung”, criminal laws compendium, XVI century - Vintage Nostalgia
Title illustration of Emperor Karl V “peinlicher Gerichtsordnung”, criminal laws compendium, XVI century

The “peinlicher Gerichtsordnung” (“Constitutio Criminalis Carolina”, 1530) was the first body of German criminal law, prescribing the procedure for judgment of capital crimes. It sanctioned, among the rest, death by fire for witchcraft and the use of torture to obtain … Continued

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