The most heinous acts of vengeance ever committed

Retaliation has a long history, dating back to the dawn of time. 

Even as we attempt to provide justice to those who have mistreated and been wronged, we seek vengeance in our social contracts.

 As a result, when retribution is carried out, it frequently has a personal touch to it, which may reveal something about that person's inner workings.

And in the case of some people, such inner workings are downright nefarious.

The fact that Olivier's head was allegedly exhibited on a pole outside the castle of Bouffay sparked a spiteful fire in Jeanne.

 But was nonetheless killed by King Phillip VI of France after the king suspected him of siding with the English.

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