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The trial of Jeanne d'Arc,
translated from the original 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, illustrations by Frank P. Rennie.


Main Author: Joan, of Arc, Saint, 1412-1431.
Related Names: Kerr, Ruth H. 1905-, joint tr., Taylor, Coley Banks 1899-, tr., Champion, Pierre 1880-1942., Cauchon, Pierre d. 1442., Manchon, Guillaume d. 1456., Courcelles, Thomas de d. 1469., Barrett, Wilfred Philip , ed and tr.
Language(s): English
Published: [New York] Gotham House, 1932.
Edition: 1st edition.
Subjects: Joan, > Joan, / of Arc, Saint, > Joan, / of Arc, Saint, / 1412-1431 > Joan, / of Arc, Saint, / 1412-1431 / Bibliography.
Joan, > Joan, / of Arc, Saint, > Joan, / of Arc, Saint, / 1412-1431 > Joan, / of Arc, Saint, / 1412-1431 / Trial.
Inquisition > Inquisition / France.
Note: "The trial for relapse [May 28-30, 1431]": p. 349-366.
other dignitaries."--Introd.
"Jeanne d'Arc was burned at the stake on May 30, 1431. It was not until some time later, almost certainly not before 1435, that the record of her trial was translated by Thomas de Courcelles, one of her judges, and Guillaume Manchon, trial notary, into Latin from the minutes taken daily during the process of the trial, together with all the forms of letters patent emanating from Pierre Cauchon, bishop of Beauvais, Jean Le Maistre, vice inquistor of the faith, the doctors of the University of Paris and
Trial for heresy and sorcery, February-March, 1431, at Rouen.
Maps on lining-papers.
Physical Description: xiii, 544 p. front., illus. 24 cm.
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