Hanged, Drawn and Quartered
This punishment was used in England. There were three parts to it. At first the victim was tied down and dragged to the location of execution. Then he/she would hang until they were almost dead. Right after that they were taken down; their abdomen was opened and entrails were removed. Then they were burned before their own eyes. Eventually the victim was beheaded.
This method was mostly used by the Romans. This gave a slow painful death to the victim. Basically two nails were struck down a man’s wrists and he was hanged on a cross with hands wide apart. Eventually the person would bleed to death. Slow and painfully.
In Asia, several bamboos were left pointing towards a man. Since they grow so fast, they were watered every day and soon they would penetrate the victim’s body, leaving him dead in the most painful way possible.
This is the act of removing a person’s skin from their body. This was used to strike fear into the hearts of the people. Once the whole skin was pealed, it was then nailed at a public place so the people can see.