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The rack is a torture device consisting of a rectangular, usually wooden frame, slightly raised from the ground, with a roller at one or both ends. The victim's ...

www.britannica.com/topic/rack-torture-instrument

May 19, 2017 ... Rack, a bedlike open frame suspended above the ground that was used as a torture device. The victim's ankles and wrists were secured by ...

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8. The Rack - The Rack was a very-well known torture device used to destroy joints and limbs. Learn more about the rack on this page.

torturemuseum.net/en/the-rack

The advent of the rack comes from British Constable John Exeter who invented the device in 1447 for the torture of prisoners of the Tower of London (initially it ...

www.medievalchronicles.com/medieval-torture-devices/torture-rack

History of the Torture Rack – Torture Device. The Torture rack was not an invention of medieval times and was used in antiquity. For instance, it was used during ...

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The rack is commonly referred as the most painful medieval torture of them all.

tudorstuff.wordpress.com/2009/05/05/torture-rack-and-manacles

May 5, 2009 ... The rack in the Tower of London was used throughout the Tudor period in ... invented the use of 'gauntlets' or manacles as a torture instrument.

www.historyrundown.com/10-most-cruel-torture-devices-of-all-time

Dec 29, 2013 ... Here is a quick rundown of 10 most cruel and hideous torture devices ... known as Judas chair, was a torture device invented in 16.th century Spain. .... The Rack consisted of a large rectangular wooden frame, with a roller at ...

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Jun 2, 2011 ... Legend has it that this device was invented by a Greek named Perillus ... Such torture was known as being “broken on the rack,” “racked,” or ...