1. Hanged, Drawn and Quartered
In England during the Middle Ages, those who were tried on charges of great treason were executed by placing them on a wooden board dragged by four horses to the place of execution.
They were hanged in front of angry mobs, then cut into four parts. The punishment was for men, they believed It was disgraceful to execute women in this way, and that is why burning is the punishment of women.