Most brutal execution methods of ancient civilization – Throughout the history, there have been many awful, horrendous methods of killing criminals, enemies, or undesirables. This particular article discusses the most brutal execution methods that were used by the earliest of civilizations. Thankfully, most of them are now banned.
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Crucifixion was among the most gruesome and painful of ancient execution methods and was practiced from about the 6th century BC until the 4th century AD, mainly among the Seleucids, Carthaginians, Persians and Romans. The condemned person was tied (or nailed) to a large wooden cross and left to hang till dead. The prisoner would usually just bleed to death, if not that he would die by hunger or thirst. Most of the times if the prisoner was lucky, he would just die by severe cold or heat. This practise is principally known from antiquity, but remains in occasional use in some countries.
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