Torture Chair c.a. 1300
|Copyright: Murray Lines (MLINES)
|Date Taken: 2006-05|
|Categories: Architecture, Action|
|Camera: Sony Cybershot|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2007-05-04 5:31|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|This is in the medieval museum and is a chair made with spikes so as the prisoner can be interrogated |
or he suffers more pain until he admits his guilt!
This is one of the more mild forms of punishment the rack was used to stretch the person until his joints popped. Not a pleasant place to be a prisoner.
The Criminal Museum is located on the Burggasse in the oldest part of the city. Outside the building is displayed the dunking stool which was used to punish bakers whose bread was too light. Dishonest bakers were dipped into the well on the Market Place.
The Criminal Museum has four stories of displays that cover 2000 square feet. In the basement are displays of torture instruments such as the rack.
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- [2007-05-04 5:34]
Wow! It look so terrible for who is punished!
Thanks for sharing detail!
its a nice picture
very old chair
good pov and great atmosphere of history
- [2007-05-04 7:39]
Great old stuff. Looks very interesting. And also very interesting note.
Thnaks for sharing this image.
Best of Luck.
Have a seat they said.!
Designed by the Devil ?