By Richard Ward
This can be a bankruptcy from A worldwide historical past of Execution and the felony Corpse edited via Richard Ward. This bankruptcy is obtainable open entry below a CC by means of license.
Capital punishment is an old common — it's been practiced sooner or later within the historical past of almost all identified societies and areas. that isn't to assert, even though, that it's an ancient consistent — the use, shape, functionality and that means of execution has assorted significantly throughout varied ancient contexts. this can be likewise precise for an incredible — even if quite missed — point of capital punishment: the destiny of the felony physique after execution. This bankruptcy is an creation to the quantity.
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Does this include, for instance, bodies left hanging from the gallows for a few hours after execution, or the brief holding up of severed heads to the watching crowd before interment? Should any form of execution which prevented the customary burial of the condemned be considered a postmortem punishment? Do we need to draw a distinction between the pains of intention and the pains of neglect? No simple answer can be Introduction 23 given to such questions, and any definition would of course be specific to the particular historical context in consideration.
62. , p. 58. 63. , p. 58. 64. Sarah Tarlow, ‘The Technology of the Gibbet’, International Journal of Historical Archaeology (forthcoming). My thanks to Sarah Tarlow for allowing me to read the manuscript of her forthcoming article. 34 A Global History of Execution and the Criminal Corpse 65. Evans, Rituals of Retribution, p. 88. 66. Durston, Crime and Justice in Early Modern England, p. 667. For more on this see Hurren, Dissecting the Criminal Corpse. 67. Evans, Rituals of Retribution, p. 87. 68.
The burial of the executed at the hands of the British would thus come to play a part in competing narratives of the Nazi past, including notions of German ‘victimhood’. Later reburials of the remains in more respectable locations by the Federal German Republic attempted, again, to bury the past and allow the nation to move on. The corpses of executed Nazi war criminals as such formed a key element of an almost cyclical process of remembrance and forgetting of Germany’s recently turbulent past.
A Global History of Execution and the Criminal Corpse by Richard Ward