Kyphonism [of κyζονι (Greek) a piece of wood whereon criminals were stretch’d and tormented]
it was thus, the body of the person to be tormented was anointed with honey, and exposed to the sun, in order to attract the flies and wasps, it was for a certain number of days, and some authors say, sometimes for twenty. Sometimes the person was stretched on the ground, with his arms ty’d behind him; sometimes only ty’d to a stake; sometimes hung up in the air in a basket. This punishment has been frequently inflicted on the martyrs in the primitive times.

Definition taken from The Universal Etymological English Dictionary, edited by Nathan Bailey (1736)

Juˊstings, or Justs
Knights Bannerets
Knights Baronets
Laˊbyrinth of Egypt