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The Trial of Joan of Arc

Edited and translated by Daniel Hobbins

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$27.00 • £23.95 • €24.95

ISBN 9780674024052

Publication Date: 04/30/2007


272 pages

5-1/2 x 8-1/4 inches

1 map


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  • Map, 1429
  • Note on the Translation
  • Introduction
  • 1. Preparatory Trial
    • Joan is questioned about her voices, conduct in battle, wearing of men’s clothing, and other matters. Her judges decide to proceed to an ordinary trial.
  • 2. Ordinary Trial
    • Joan is formally accused of heresy but refuses to submit to the Church. Upon sentencing, she recants and receives a sentence of perpetual imprisonment.
  • 3. Trial for Relapse
    • Joan withdraws her recantation and resumes wearing men’s clothing. Sentenced as a relapsed heretic, she is handed over to the secular authorities for punishment.
  • 4. Aftermath
    • The authorities deliver their assessments after the death of Joan.
  • Appendix: The “Poitiers Conclusions”
  • Chronology
  • Major Participants in the Trial
  • Notes
  • Further Reading
  • Index

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