Executioners in Early modern Germany

Executioners in Early modern Germany were considered so dishonorable as to be contagious. However, they had another role that was considered quite honorable. What was this role? Why did they have an affinity for it? Did they try to expand this role in any way? Finally, why did German society accept them in this role? Be sure to illustrate your answers with examples.

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