When was capital punishment brought over from Europe to the America?
when was capital punishment brought in to the contries
this depends on the country. USA still has capital punishment in some states, none in Canada or in Europe, the Middle east and most of Asia are still using capital punishment for many not so "major" crimes.
Europe brought many foods to America such as lamb, pig, cow, chicken, plum, and apples
The Spanish brought guinea pigs from their colonies in South America to Europe.
The guinea pig originates from the Andes Mountains in South America. They were brought to Europe by the Spanish.
capital punishment is the death penalty for a criminal offence. Death sentences may be carried out by hanging, firing squad, electrocution, gas chamber, lethal injection, or other forms of execution.
Horses origionally lived in North America, but died out. Horses from Europe and Asia were brought back to North America by explorers on boats and ships.
sir France's drake first brought sugar into Europe in 1984 he discovered it when he was on his discovery. He founded it in America in 1847.
goats, lamb, sugar
they where natrually brought up they are not indiginous to the Americas The horses you have in America today were brought over from Europe by settlers in the 1400s.
Madrid is tha capital of Spain, in Europe
No he brought it to Europe when he found it in Cuba.
Australia, Africa, Antartica, Asia, North America, South America, Europe. Continents are groups of countries and have no capital.
well one is corn
alot of food! What types of food
Europe-ness and religious persecution.
I suppose it depends on which country you might be in. But in the U.S., Europe, and most of the so-called "civilized" world it is considered to be "cruel and unusual punishment."
They where brought by Irish immigrants in the mid 1700's. Spanish conquistadors brought the potato from Central and South America back to Europe in the mid 16th century.
wen Spain came over to Latin America they brought most of what they had with they also brought priests. since they were Catholic, that is what they preached about to the Latin Americans.
The Spanish found turkeys in the Americas (North America and South America). They brought the turkeys back to Europe.
No country in Europe has a capital city that begins with the letter Q. Quito Ecuador in South America is the only national capital city in the world that begins with the letter Q.
The trade winds
Small pox, influenza, measles, and typhus.
colonial history of the united states
horses. they were brought here from Europe.
There wasn't actually a specific person who brought the slaves with them to the Americas, but there was the African Slave Trade, which was the trade of African slaves between America, Africa, Europe, and Asia.
any thing from live stock to illness was brought to the new world(america) including smallpox and other ilnesses. livestock like horses and sheep were brought form europe.
Yes cattle were brought to America. Dairy cattle from Europe and it is believed that beef cattle were brought over with slaves from Africa.
The Spanish didn't bring foods to South America, but took foods back to Europe from South America. Chocolate, tomatoes, corn, potatoes were all from South America and introduced to Europe.
North America and Europe
No it is not. Peru is a country in South America, Spain is a country in Europe.
Absolutely not ! Amsterdam is the capital city of Holland - a country in Europe !
Early European explorers brought the horse with them from western Europe.
I guess Spanish and Portugues.
They were brought here by conquerors, I believe from Spain and/or other parts of Europe.
Chocolate didn't come from America but was brought back to Europe by the Spanish from Mexico and South America. The usage of chocolate moved pretty fast through Europe once it was introduced.
North America: US. Capital: Washington DC South America: Brazil. Capital: Brasilia Europe: UK. Capital: London Africa: Egypt. Capital: Cairo. Asia: China. Capital: Beijing. Oceania: Australia. Capital: Canberra.
all except Europe North America South America Africa Asia Australia Antarctica
The only continent that has a capital is Australia, whose capital is Canberra. Antarctica has no capital because it does not belong to any country. The other continents (Asia, Africa, Europe, North America, and South America) have no capital because they consist of many separate countries, each of which has its own capital or capitals.
Outside of Europe, capital punishment is still used in several countries of the world. The US, China, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Japan, and Pakistan are among the countries that still have a death penalty, at least for some crimes and in some areas. (For a more complete list, see the related question.)
(The word "capital" has several meanings: uppercase letter, seat of government, or money used in financial ventures. Capital punishment is the death penalty. An archaic use is to mean first-rate or excellent.) --- You should always begin the first word of a sentence with a capital letter. The capital of the United States is Washington DC. The company did not have the capital it needed to expand its factories. --- The marchers demonstrated against the… Read More
Brasilia is the capital of Brazil, which is in South America, unlike Italy which is in Europe.
Six of the traditional 7 continents have a capital "A" in their English names. North America South America Australia Asia Antarctica Africa --- Regardless of how one defines a continent, every continent aside from Europe has a capital A in it. North America South America Australia Antarctica Africa Asia If one chooses to include Central America (normally part of North America or The Americas), it too has a capital A in it.
Many of the Soldiers returning from Europe to North America brought the virus with them
Syphilus was brought to Europe by Christopher Columbus from South America,where the indiginous people had high resistance and rarely showed symptoms.It then found its way to North America through the migration of Europeans.
Montevideo is the capital city of Uruguay, a country in south america.
Potatoes spread from South America to Europe by Spanish conquistadors. The conquistadors brought the potatoes to their land in 1570 and it soon spread to Italy, Austria, France and other European countries.
It is illegal in Australia, and not in effect at most schools in the United States. It is illegal in most of Europe. Paddling or other corporal punishment remains acceptable in much of Latin America, India, Pakistan, and a variety of countries around the world. One problem in California schools is that children are brought here from countries where physical punishment was allowed, but once they realize they cannot be struck here they feel free… Read More
They were both brought in by countries in Europe. One from Spain and one from Portugal.
I'm not sure where 'here' if you mean America, the Spainish explorers brought them from Europe in the 13th century.