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Abstract

IN THE PENAL REGIME of the classical age we can find, mixed together, four major forms of punitive tactics—four forms with different historical origins and each of which has played, in different societies and periods, if not an exclusive, then at least a privileged role.

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Nineteenth Century Eighteenth Century Corporal Penalty Penal Code Penal System 
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