US Slave: Virginia Slave Database - The Atlantic Slave Trade was the largest Forced migration in world history

US Slave: Virginia Slave Database - The Atlantic Slave Trade was the largest Forced migration in world history

Scold's Bridle: This was a metal frame place over a woman's head. It had a bit that stuck in her mouth to prevent her talking. The scold's bridle or branks was used in Scotland by the 16th century and was used in England from the 17th century. It was last used in Britain in 1824

Scold's Bridle: This was a metal frame place over a woman's head. It had a bit that stuck in her mouth to prevent her talking. The scold's bridle or branks was used in Scotland by the 16th century and was used in England from the 17th century. It was last used in Britain in 1824

The scold's bridle was an instrument of punishment used primarily on women, as a form of torture and public humiliation. First recorded in Scotland in the 1500s, the device was used on women accused of such offenses as gossiping, nagging or witchcraft. #Renaissance #TortureDevice

The scold's bridle was an instrument of punishment used primarily on women, as a form of torture and public humiliation. First recorded in Scotland in the 1500s, the device was used on women accused of such offenses as gossiping, nagging or witchcraft. #Renaissance #TortureDevice

The Scold's Bridle or Branks  Judicial. Some houses had a hook in the wall at the side of the fireplace where the wife would be chained, until she promised to behave herself and curb her tongue. Although sometimes fitted to a nagging wife by the local gaoler (jailer) at the request of her husband, or by the husband himself, it was more often a punitive sentence ordered by a magistrate. It was also used on witches to prevent them from chanting or casting spells

The Scold's Bridle or Branks Judicial. Some houses had a hook in the wall at the side of the fireplace where the wife would be chained, until she promised to behave herself and curb her tongue. Although sometimes fitted to a nagging wife by the local gaoler (jailer) at the request of her husband, or by the husband himself, it was more often a punitive sentence ordered by a magistrate. It was also used on witches to prevent them from chanting or casting spells

US Slave: Slave Tortures: The Mask, Scold's Bridle, or Brank

US Slave: Slave Tortures: The Mask, Scold's Bridle, or Brank

http://usslave.blogspot.ca/2011/09/slave-tortures-mask-scolds-bridle-or.html

http://usslave.blogspot.ca/2011/09/slave-tortures-mask-scolds-bridle-or.html

The Scold’s Bridle was a medieval device used for humiliating and scolding women accused of adultery, witchcraft, etc. The woman’s tongue would be pressed down by a spiked plate that prevented her from speaking or eating while wearing the headpiece. She would be led down town streets on a chain leash (normally held by her husband) while being humiliated and beaten.

The Scold’s Bridle was a medieval device used for humiliating and scolding women accused of adultery, witchcraft, etc. The woman’s tongue would be pressed down by a spiked plate that prevented her from speaking or eating while wearing the headpiece. She would be led down town streets on a chain leash (normally held by her husband) while being humiliated and beaten.

The Scold’s Bridle | 16 Of The Most Fucked Up Torture Methods From History

16 Of The Most Fucked-Up Torture Methods From History

The Scold’s Bridle | 16 Of The Most Fucked Up Torture Methods From History

A scold's bridle, sometimes called "the branks", as well as "brank's bridle" was a punishment device used primarily on women, as a form of torture and public humiliation.[1] It was an iron muzzle in an iron framework that enclosed the head. The bridle-bit (or curb-plate) was about 2 inches long and 1 inch broad, projected into the mouth and pressed down on top of the tongue. [2]The "curb-plate" was frequently studded with spikes, so that if the tongue moved, it inflicted pain a

A scold's bridle, sometimes called "the branks", as well as "brank's bridle" was a punishment device used primarily on women, as a form of torture and public humiliation.[1] It was an iron muzzle in an iron framework that enclosed the head. The bridle-bit (or curb-plate) was about 2 inches long and 1 inch broad, projected into the mouth and pressed down on top of the tongue. [2]The "curb-plate" was frequently studded with spikes, so that if the tongue moved, it inflicted pain a

A scold's bridle is a British invention, possibly originating in Scotland, used between the 16th and 19th Century. It was a device used to control, humiliate and punish gossiping, troublesome women by effectively gagging them. Scold comes from the 'common scold': a public nuisance, more often than not women, who habitually gossiped and quarrelled with their neighbours. Commonly used by husbands on their nagging or swearing wives.

A scold's bridle is a British invention, possibly originating in Scotland, used between the 16th and 19th Century. It was a device used to control, humiliate and punish gossiping, troublesome women by effectively gagging them. Scold comes from the 'common scold': a public nuisance, more often than not women, who habitually gossiped and quarrelled with their neighbours. Commonly used by husbands on their nagging or swearing wives.

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