1 – Joan of Arc Trial – Introduction

The Trial of Joan of Arc

The original verbatim trial of the Jeanne d’Arc transcript from 1431, translated into English.
Note: This transcript is actively undergoing design enhancements to improve readability. No text is being changed. It is courtesy from the Fordham University Medeval Collection.

If you would like to go directly to the questions asked of Joan and her answers, go to the first trial day: February 21, 1431.

This content is from the public domain book:

THE TRIAL OF JEANNE D’ARC TRANSLATED INTO ENGLISH

FROM THE ORIGINAL LATIN AND FRENCH DOCUMENTS

BY W. P. BARRETT

WITH AN ESSAY On the Trial of Jeanne d’Arc AND Dramatis Personae, BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES OF THE TRIAL JUDGES AND OTHER PERSONS INVOLVED IN THE MAID’S CAREER, TRIAL AND DEATH

By PIERRE CHAMPION

TRANSLATED FROM THE FRENCH BY COLEY TAYLOR AND RUTH H. KERR

GOTHAM HOUSE, INC.

1932

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Statue placed in 1895 honoring the “Maid of Lorraine,” at the place du Martois in Orléans, Loiret, France. That is the city where her greatest victory took place, freeing its citizens of British occupation in 1429 and turning the tide of the 100 years’ war.

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