William Wallace, patriot of Scotland, was "bound to a hurdle" as part of his punishment for "treason". What does this practice actually entail?
“Wallace, bound to a hurdle, was pulled behind a horse from Westminster to the Tower…” (“The Survival of Scotland” by Eric Linklater, pg. 57, 1968, Double Day, New York)
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