A method of torture and execution in which the convict is tied to a large wooden cross — or hammered with nails and then left.
Crucifixion was spread in the Saluki, Cartagian and Roman empires in the sixth century before Christ until the fourth century.
Constantine was the First who dismissed the laws of the Western Roman Empire in respect of Christ. Whom the followers of Roman Catholicism believed to be crucified.
Crucifixion in Japan was also used to execute criminals.