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Term: Auto-da-fe

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Literally meaning an “act of faith,” the Auto-da-fé was a ritual held during the Spanish and Portuguese Inquisitions. After the religious authorities had determined the fate of a person accused of a crime before them, a public ritual, the Auto-da-fé, was held to announce it following which the civil authorities actually performed the punishment. Originally, the punishment consisted of a variety of forms of penance. It eventually became equated with just one form, burning to death. 

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