An Introduction To Crime And Crime Causation

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Can classical theory account for the change in Mr. Gage's behavior? If so, how? 3
. If Mr. Gage had committed a crime after his accident and you were the judge in
the case, would his history affect your decision about an appropriate punishment
? If so, how? Describe your reasoning. References 1. Bartlett, R. (1986). Trial by
fire and water: The medieval judicial ordeal (p. 13). New York: Oxford University
Press. 2. Bartlett, R. (1986). Trial by fire and water: The medieval judicial ordeal (

Law Laity And Solidarities

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73; R. Bartlett, Trial by Fire and Water, The Medieval Judicial Ordeal (Oxford
1986), throughout; and discussion by the contributors to Dories and Fouracre,
The Settlement of Disputes in Early Medieval Europe, esp. pp. 16, 18-19, 221-3;
cf. especially White, 'Proposing the ordeal and avoiding it: strategy and power in
western French litigation, 1050-1 1 10', in T. Bisson, ed., Cultures of Power,
Lordship, Status and Process in Twelfth-century Europe (Philadelphia 1995),
especially pp.

Early Medieval Studies In Memory Of Patrick Wormald

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4 R. Bartlett, Trial by Fire and Water: The Medieval Judicial Ordeal (Oxford, 1986)
. By 'his', of course, one should understand 'his or her', for the accused could be a
woman. For the sake of simplicity in prose style, I sometimes follow the tradition,
going back to Anglo-Saxon times, of using the masculine pronoun in a species-
specific rather than gender-specific sense. by ordeal - a barbaric travesty of
justice, in the Trial by ordeal in Anglo-Saxon England: what's the problem with

The Encyclopedia Of Christianity J O

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Ordeals lived on into the 16th and 17th centuries in — > witch trials. Bibliography:
A. S. Ahmed, "Trial by Ordeal among Bugtis," Marginality and Modernity: Ethnicity
and Change in Post-colonial Balochistan (ed. P. Titus; New York, 1997) 51-77 • R
. Bartlett, Trial by Fire and Water: The Medieval Judicial Ordeal (Oxford, 1986) • A.
Destro, The Law of Jealousy: Anthropology ofSotah (Atlanta, 1989) • E. A.
Doumato, "Engaging Spirits: Prophylaxis, Witchcraft, Exorcisms, Trial by Ordeal,
and ...

The Transformation Of The Irish Church In The Twelfth And Thirteenth Centuries

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An identical ordeal of dry bread and dry goat's cheese is described in Wilson,
The Pontifical of Magdalen College, 185–8. 166 R. Bartlett, Trial by Fire and
Water: The Medieval Judicial Ordeal (Oxford, 1986), 160. 167 Cf. M. F. Giandrea,
Episcopal Culture in Late Anglo-Saxon England, Anglo-Saxon Studies (
Woodbridge, 2007), 108–9. For trial by eucharistic ordeal, generally reserved for
clergy to clear themselves of accusations, in which they were deemed to be
innocent if they ...

Unjust Seizure

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In the following lines, he embarks on a lengthy diatribe against them as
blasphemous attempts to command information from God and as contrary to
reason. If these techniques could answer judicial questions, he declares, "reason
would not be required, wisdom would not be necessary."7 4. Carmen, lines 5-16.
5. Ibid., lines 65-68. 6. Ibid., lines 71-74. 7. Ibid., line 77. On the ordeal and
judicial combat, see Robert Bartlett, Trial by Fire and Water: The Medieval
Judicial Ordeal (Oxford, ...

Neighboring Faiths

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Morris S. Arnold, Thomas A. Green, Sally A. Scully, and Stephen D. White (
Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1981), 90–126; Robert Bartlett,
Trial by Fire and Water: The Medieval Judicial Ordeal (Oxford: Clarendon Press,
1986). For an important argument about medieval ritual more generally, see
Philippe Buc, The Dangers of Ritual (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press,
2001). 51. Of course I recognize that this functional tension takes many different
forms in ...

Two Nations In Your Womb

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Perceptions of Jews and Christians in Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages Israel
Jacob Yuval. not live." In this test, the witness is thrown ... Though the Jews failed
the ordeal by water, our author treats their execution as a kind of ordeal by fire
proving their innocence. The fire did not catch them, and death ... On the similarity
between trial by water and baptism, see Robert Bartlett, Trial by Fire and Water: A
Medieval Judicial Ordeal (Oxford, 1986), 88. 120. Haberman (n, I, p. 135), 143,
and ...

Folk Law

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For perhaps the classic nineteenth-century account of ordeal, see Henry Charles
Lea, The Ordeal (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1973), first
published in 1886. For more modern treatment, see Robert Bartlett, Trial By Fire
and Water: The Medieval Judicial Ordeal (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1986). The
Oral Ordeal We shall choose a few African examples from our rich ethnological
material. In Atakpame poison is made from the bark of the iroko tree which is
sacred to ...