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Johannes Butzbach gives an account of severe convent school corporal punishment in his autobiography from 1505.
(In the late middle ages, some convent schools came up with the concept of special punishment days, called ''Streichtage'' in German.)
(Johannes Butzbach gives an account of severe convent school corporal punishment in his autobiography from 1505.)
Convent schools are traditionally known to place high emphasis on [[discipline]] and [[obedience]]. To this end, [[corporal punishment]] in these schools was common and severe, not only by modern standards but also compared to secular schools of the same eras and places.
 
In the late middle ages, some convent schools came up with the concept of special punishment days, called ''[[Streichtag]]e'' in German. [[Johannes Butzbach]] gives an account of severe convent school corporal punishment in his autobiography from 1505.
 
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