Spanish Inquisition GC 6

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  • Feb 24, 1100


    An inquisition was created through papa bull. Where the spanish copied this idea which is to repel other religions away from the native religion.
  • Feb 24, 1492

    Reason Behind Spanish Inquisition

    Reason Behind Spanish Inquisition
    The reason behind the spanish inquisiton is because the spanish did not jews and muslims in their country so they gave them a choice either to leave or convert. But many did neither so the spanish felt the need to punish them.
  • Feb 24, 1500


    When being sentenced you can suspend the case and go free. Then they could be penaced where you woud be punished publicly and accept the punishment. Then there is reconciled which includes more serious punishments. Lastly the worst penalty would be relaxation where you would be burned alive in public.
  • Feb 24, 1502

    Muslins to Christian

    Muslins to Christian
    All muslims that were under Castile's crown were forcebly converted into christians or, there would be serios consequences.
  • Feb 24, 1550


    There were very few protestans in Spain so there were a very few amount of cases about protestans. But when there were cases they were very lengthy and usaul ended in prison sentences.
  • Feb 24, 1551

    Spanish indexes

    Spanish indexes
    These were works that were prohibited by the spanish where christian writers would rewrite them. These writers are seen as heroes.
  • Bigamy

    This was when a man and a woman wanted to get divorced. But in the church once one is married that is your solemate for the rest of your life. So one cannot get divorced unless there are extreme conditions. So if they found out during the inquistion they would either make you serve the church for so many years, go to jail, or die.
  • Logrono

    This was a case in Spain during the spanish inquisition yhat included witchcraft from Navarre. Where 11 people were burned. Where even though during the inquisiton The primary target was not witches they still prosecuted if found.
  • Ending of the Spanish Inquisition

    During the reign of Charles IV of Spain where the french revoution greatly decreased the spanish inquisition sinc ethe safety of the public became more of a problem then the religion.
  • Toca

    The toca, also called interrogatorio mejorado del agua, consisted of introducing a cloth into the mouth of the victim, and forcing them to ingest water spilled from a jar so that they had the impression of drowning
  • Time Being Tortured

    Time Being Tortured
    Modern scholar have determined that torture was used in two percent of the cases, and in less than one percent of the cases was it used a second time, never more than that. The torture lasted up to 15 minutes
  • Torture did Work

    Torture did Work
    The assertion that sometimes follows a description of how, after torture had ended, the subject freely confessed to the offenses.Thus, all confession acquired by means of torture were considered completely valid as they were supposedly made of the confessor's own free will.
  • Garrucha

    The application of the garrucha, also known as the strappado, consisted of suspending the victim from the ceiling by the wrists, which are tied behind the back. Sometimes weights were tied to the ankles, with a series of lifts and drops, during which the arms and legs suffered violent pulls and were sometimes dislocated
  • Period:
    Jan 1, 1478

    Spanish Inquisition