Scourge from leather and bamboo

The Scourge consists of a handle (in our case, made of bamboo) and several straps or cords that are used for scourging. The Scourge may otherwise have at the ends of nodes or weights of metal, which are usually provided with barbs, so that they will hurt badly the skin of the Scourged. But our version is quite harmless. More information...

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Item number: 100

Scourge

  • The diameter of the bamboo handle is approx. 18mm
  • Length of bamboo handle is approximately 20cm
  • Length of the leather straps that make up the scourge whip is approx. 38cm
  • Length of the leather loop is approx. 15cm
  • The leather is dyed with a specific dye that does not smell.

The typical scourge has several thongs fastened to a handle; cat o' nine tails: naval thick-rope knotted-end scourge, the army and civil prison versions usually are leather. The scourge, or flail, and the crook are the two symbols of power and domination depicted in the hands of Osiris in Egyptian monuments. They are the unchanging form of the instrument throughout the ages, though the flail depicted in Egyptian mythology was an agricultural instrument used to thresh wheat, not implement corporal punishment. The priests of Cybele scourged themselves and others. Such stripes were considered sacred. Source: Wikipedia

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