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Untying the Knot: A Short History of Divorce
In 16th century Geneva under John Calvin, fornication (sex between two unmarried people) was punished by imprisonment with a diet of bread and water, adultery involving one unmarried accomplice was punished with banishment, and adultery involving two married people was punishable by death.
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