Summary of Anglo-Saxon Crimes and Punishments

Andrew Burke
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This chart is part of a series of learning material on Crime and Punishment in the UK from 1200 to 1500. You'll find a handy chart outlined the types of crimes 0 against persons, property and authority and what the punishments were.

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Andrew Burke
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  • Summary of Anglo-Saxon Crimes and Punsihments
  • Crimes against property
  • Crimes against authority
  • Crimes against the person
  • Crimes:  Murder Assault Public Disorder
  • Punishment: Wergild Maiming Stocks or pillory
  • Punishments:  Fines or maiming Hand chopped off Hanging
  • Crimes:  Theft Counterfeiting coins Arson
  • Crimes:  Treason Betraying your lord
  • Punishments:  Hanging