Dunking is a form of corporal punishment used in the medieval and Early Modern
(17th-18th ... Ordeal by water was associated with the witch hunts of the 16th and
17th centuries: an accused who sank ...
Mar 18, 2014 ... As part of the infamous “swimming test,” accused witches were dragged to the
nearest body of water, stripped to their undergarments, bound ...
Mar 1, 2010 ... Today is a rather painful day in American history - the day the first three accused
women were brought before the court in the Salem Witch ...
The history of witchcraft in Britain is a dark one, brimming with trials, persecution
and torture, which claimed the lives of hundreds of innocent men and women ...
www.ask.com/youtube?q=Test for Witchcraft&v=WyuWe4nAxfU
Nov 14, 2008 ... Test of the Witchcraft 01. L2GoldenHS02. SubscribeSubscribedUnsubscribe 88
88. Loading... Loading... Working... Add to ...
... trial by water, termed 'indicium aquae', was a general test for all crimes. ... The '
swimming' of witches was practiced right the way through to the end of the ...
One way to gain the necessary proof to convict a witch was the swimming test. A
suspected witch would be tied, finger to opposite toe, and then be lowered into ...
Ever been curious about where you fit in? You wouldn't call yourself a wiccan...
but you aren't sure you are eclectic. So take this test and have some fun!
First, the accused might be asked to pass a test, like reciting the Lord's Prayer.
This seems simple enough. But the young girls who attended the trial were
Procedures, Courts & Aftermath of the Salem Witch Trials ... this event, warrants
were issued for 18 men and women who had been accused in the touch test.