This program examines the history and physiology of crucifixion. Though generally associated with the Roman Empire, it began with impalement, a method of public execution by torture, in the... See full summary »

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Sarah Stroup ...
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David Smith-Christopher ...
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Jonathan Reed ...
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Robert M. Norris ...
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Mark Benecke ...
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Richard J. Hoffman ...
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David Ball ...
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This program examines the history and physiology of crucifixion. Though generally associated with the Roman Empire, it began with impalement, a method of public execution by torture, in the Assyrian Empire. Through extensive use the Roman Empire refined methods to maximize and, by delaying death, extend the suffering of the victim. In recent centuries crucifixion has experienced a renaissance in various forms but with the same purpose; state sponsored terrorism to suppress opposition. Written by David Foss

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