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Westerhof discusses these practices but never quite successfully negotiates the problem presented to the concept of embodied noble identity by the practice of the division of the bodies of the elite in settings that were neither judicial nor military. 45 Whether it was the heart of Edward I’s queen carried in the king’s hands or that of the younger Hugh Despenser held high by the executioner, the divided body of a member of the elite did not convey a single message. What was significant about the emergence of the execution ritual in thirteenthcentury England was not the degree or type of violence directed at the body of the condemned, which was not itself exceptional, nor the cultural currents that influenced the descriptions of these events, which were European wide, but rather the context within which these practices were employed.
Therefore, the late medieval ritual was designed to deliver a specific message within the context of particular political events. But was that message simply the raw power of the state directed at its malefactors? The authors of the execution narratives written in the first century of the English ritual offer the best clues to the ceremony’s original intent. Importantly, some of these accounts were sympathetic to the state and supportive of the execution and others were not. The earliest reports of spectacular justice are found in the chronicles of Matthew Paris and John Froissart, the Chronicle of Lanercost, 40 The English Execution Narrative, 1200–1700 Vita Edwardi Secundi and the Annales Paulini.
38 The English Execution Narrative, 1200–1700 Nevertheless, the history of England is filled with accounts of mutilating violence both on and off the scaffold. 38 In the rough and tumble world of late Anglo-Saxon England, marking the body was commonplace, with blinding a particular favorite of both kings and their enemies. 39 The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle reports that Alfred, the son of King Ethelred, and his followers met a gruesome fate in 1036 at the hands of the Earl of Godwine and his supporters: But then Godwine prevented him, and placed him in captivity, Dispersing his followers besides, slaying some in various ways; Some of them were sold for money, some cruelly murdered.