How the Spanish Inquisition Worked" - WARNING - this is a link to History Channel - some of the next lessons (on their page - links) may not be suitable for children.

How the Spanish Inquisition Worked

The Spanish Inquisition calls up a scene of torture and religious persecution. Explore the Spanish Inquisition, from its origin to the trials to how it ended.

"You know what the Monty Python boys always say: 'Nobody expects the Spanish Inquisition'." (Sliding Doors)

"You know what the Monty Python boys always say: 'Nobody expects the Spanish Inquisition'." (Sliding Doors) Did I pin this for Monty python or sliding doors?

Torture Techniques of the Spanish Inquisition

Torture Techniques of the Spanish Inquisition

The other day, as I was surfing through pictures of medieval torture devices (don't ask), I kept noticing that many such tools were invented by, or at least used in, the Spanish Inquisition.

Spanish Inquisition | Spanish history [1478-1834] | During the Catholic Reconquista of Spain, the majority of the Jewish and Muslim population living on the Iberian Peninsula were forced to either leave or risk death by torture. LG - 15th-16th century - IS

judicial institution ostensibly established to combat heresy in Spain. In practice, the Spanish Inquisition served to consolidate power in the monarchy of the newly.

Just loving these head #sketches based on The Spanish Inquisition by #artist Tomek Larek

ArtStation - The Spanish Inquisition - sketch , Tomek Larek

Not one of my headcanons, but it is funny. X D

England makes Monty Python references whenever possible. And every time he says “I wasn’t expecting some kind of Spanish Inquisition…,” Spain will, without a doubt, bust in through the door and yell “NOBODY EXPECTS THE SPANISH INQUISITION!

The Roman Catholic Inquisitions: Water Torture. The victim's nostrils were pinched shut, and eight quarts of fluid were poured down the victim's throat through a funnel. Other techniques included forcing a cloth down the throat, while pouring water, which made a swallowing reflex pushing it further down into the stomach producing all the agonies of suffocation by drowning until the victim lost consciousness. Instead of water, the torture was sometimes conducted with boiling water or vinegar.

The Roman Catholic Inquisitions - water torture. That doesn't look pleasant.

Thanksgiving and the Jews - #Jewish Virtual Library

Jewish Virtual Library - includes info on immigration & refugees applying to Canada in the