Who rebelled against Roman rule in AD60?
Hereward the Wake
In which time period could you be punished by being forced to become a gladiator?
Early Modern Period
In Roman times you would be punished by being tied in a sack with live snakes for committing which crime?
Killing a gladiator
Killing your father (patricide)
Killing a slave
Killing your mother (matricide)
In which time period did the Blood Feud exist?
How many men were part of a tithing?
Which monarch was associated with the Constitutions of Clarendon issued in 1164?
William the Conqueror
What was Benefit of the Clergy?
Priests could live in any house they wanted to
Priests could accuse anyone of a crime
Priests could only be tried by church courts who could not use the death penalty
What was meant by Right of Sanctuary?
A priest could remain in the church for as long as he wanted.
A criminal who got to the sanctuary of a church could not be arrested. If they confessed they could leave the country.
Which of the following was a Lollard and famous for having heretical view?
Who brought in Trial by Combat?
Which laws made it illegal to kill a deer in the royal forests?
Constitutions of Clarendon
Which was a system of compensation for crimes in Anglo-Saxon times?
Hue and cry
Which famous king brought in Codes of Law during his 9th Century rule?
King Alfred the Great
What was Trial by Ordeal?
A method of law enforcement
Which event of 663AD confirmed the influence of Christianity in England?
Synod of Thirsk
Synod of Whitby
Synod of Norton
Synod of Scarborough
Synod of Bridlington
What kind of crimes did the Church courts brought in by the Normans tend to deal with?
Burglary and theft
Murder and violence
Religious crimes and moral crimes such as adultery
What was the name of the English Civil War that took place in the late 15th Century?
Wars of the Roses
English Civil War
Where were the most serious criminal cases heard during the reign of Henry II?
Court of king's bench
Tower of London
What was set up in the reign of King Richard I to deal with all suspicious deaths?
The Court of the King's Bench
Justices of the Peace
What did King Edward I set up to chase and catch criminals in the year 1285?