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If only there was a war on. I could avoid all of this by fighting in the army as my punishment,' thought Roger as the hangman tied the noose around his neck. It was his very last thought before he convulsed, legs kicking into thin air at the end of the rope. CHANGES AND CONTINUITIES IN LATER MEDIEVAL ENGLAND 1 Look back at the p red ictio n s you m a d e on page 23. We re you correct? 2 Law enfo rce m e n t a n d p u n is h m ent clea rly d i d ch a n g e d u ri n g the later M i d d l e Ag es.

The rest o f the plotters escaped. However, 2 0 0 government soldiers caught up with them a t Holbeach House . Catesby and a number of his fellow plotters were killed in the fighting. The others were returned to London before being found guilty and sentenced to be hanged, drawn and quartered . 1 700 Yea rs b efo re the executi o n I n the early sixteenth century everyone i n England belonged t o the Catholic Church and followed the authority of the Pope in Rome. This had been the case for hundreds of years.

By the 150 0s, a rising population and fewer jobs meant more people were moving around looking for work. Therefore, people started to become very concerned about vagabonds, or vagrants as they were sometimes known. These were tramps, beggars and others who wandered the country without a settled job. Concern about vagabondage intensified during times of poverty and hardship, when the numbers of unemployed people increased. We h a ve been ta u g ht that g ood C h ristia n s s h o u l d wo rk h a rd .

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