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Title Joan of Arc : la pucelle : selected sources / translated and annotated by Craig Taylor.

Published Manchester, UK ; New York : Manchester University Press ; New York : Distributed exclusively in the USA by Palgrave, 2006.

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 UniM Bail  944.026092 JOAN/ JOAN    AVAILABLE
Physical description xii, 370 pages : maps ; 23 cm.
Series Manchester medieval sources series.
Manchester medieval sources series.
Notes Primary source documents translated from Latin, French and Italian.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages [359]-362) and index.
Contents I. The life of Joan of Arc -- 1. The Treaty of Troyes -- 2. La reponse d'un bon et loyal francois au peuple de France -- 3. The conclusions of the Poitiers investigation -- 4. Joan of Arc's letter to the English -- 5. Fragment of a letter to Nicole de Giresme -- 6. Virgo puellares -- 7. De mirabili victoria -- 8. Letter from the Lord of Rotselaer -- 9. Joan of Arc's ultimatum to the English -- 10. Ballade contre les Anglais -- 11. Letter from Charles VII to the inhabitants of Narbonne -- 12. Letter from Pancrazio Giustiniani -- 13. Collectarium historiarum of Jean Dupuy -- 14. A report on Joan from Brittany -- 15. Letter from Guy and Andre de Laval to their mother -- 16. Joan of Arc's letter to the city of Tournai -- 17. Joan of Arc's letter to the city of Troyes -- 18. Joan of Arc's letter to the Duke of Burgundy -- 19. Ballade du sacre de Reims -- 20. Ditie de Jehanne d'Arc by Christine de Pizan -- 21. Epistola de puella by Alain Chartier -- 22. De quadam puella -- 23. Joan of Arc's letter to Reims -- 24. The Duke of Bedford's challenge to Charles VII -- 25. Joan of Arc's letter to the Count of Armagnac -- 26. The Journal of Clement de Fauquembergue -- 27. De bono et malo spiritu -- 28. Joan of Arc's letter to Riom -- 29. Joan of Arc's letter to Reims -- 30. Jean Pasquerel's letter on behalf of Joan to the Hussites -- 31. Joan of Arc's letter to Reims -- 32. The Chronicles of London -- 33. Letter from Henry VI to Pierre Cauchon -- II. The trial of condemnation -- 34. First public examination -- 35. Second public examination -- 36. Third public examination -- 37. Fourth public examination -- 38. Fifth public examination -- 39. Sixth public examination -- 40. First private examination -- 41. Second private examination -- 42. Third private examination -- 43. Fourth private examination -- 44. Fifth private examination -- 45. Sixth private examination -- 46. Seventh private examination -- 47. Eighth private examination -- 48. Ninth private examination -- 49. The interrogations are read in Joan's presence -- 50. Joan asks permission to hear Mass -- 51. Joan is interrogated in prison -- 52. The twelve articles of accusation -- 53. The opinions of the University of Paris -- 54. The abjuration and sentence -- 55. The opening of the trial for relapse -- 56. The final sentence of Joan -- III. Debating Joan of Arc -- 57. Letter from Henry VI to the prelates of France -- 58. The Journal of Clement de Fauquembergue -- 59. The Journal of a Bourgeois of Paris -- 60. Letter of remission regarding two inhabitants of Abbeville -- 61. The Chronicle of the Cordeliers -- 62. The Duke of Bedford's memorandum -- 63. Contra ducem Burgundie by Jean de Rinel -- 64. Audite celi by Jean Juvenal des Ursins -- 65. Formicarius by Johannes Nider -- 66. Le champion des dames by Martin Le Franc -- 67. The Chronicle of Charles VII by Jean Chartier -- 68. The Chronicle of Enguerrand de Monstrelet -- 69. Letter of Charles VII to Guillaume Bouille -- 70. Letter of Cardinal Guillaume d'Estouteville to Charles VII -- IV. The nullification trial -- 71. Letter from Pope Calixtus III -- 72. The petition of Isabelle d'Arc -- 73. Articles of interrogation for the Lorraine -- 74. Deposition of Jean Morel -- 75. Deposition of Beatrice, widow of Estellin -- 76. Deposition of Jeannette, widow of Thiesselin -- 77. Deposition of Jean de Nouillonpont -- 78. Deposition of Durand Laxart -- 79. Deposition of Catherine, wife of Henri Le Royer -- 80. Deposition of Bertrand de Poulengy -- 81. Deposition of the Count of Dunois -- 82. Deposition of Master Francois Garivel -- 83. Deposition of Jean Luillier -- 84. Deposition of Jacques L'Esbahy -- 85. Deposition of Jean de Champeaux -- 86. Deposition of Charlotte, wife of Guillaume Havet -- 87. Deposition of Master Jean Tiphaine -- 88. Deposition of Master Guillaume de La Chambre -- 89. Deposition of Master Thomas de Courcelles -- 90. Deposition of Louis de Coutes -- 91. Deposition of Gobert Thibaut -- 92. Deposition of Simon Beaucroix -- 93. Deposition of Master Jean Barbin -- 94. Deposition of the Duke of Alencon -- 95. Deposition of Brother Jean Pasquerel -- 96. Deposition of Simon Charles -- 97. Deposition of Aimon, Lord of Macy -- 98. Deposition of Master Guillaume Manchon -- 99. Deposition of Master Jean Massieu -- 100. Deposition of Brother Seguin Seguin -- 101. Deposition at Lyon of Jean d'Aulon -- 102. The sentence of nullification -- V. The memory of Joan of Arc -- 103. Commentarii rerum memorabilium by Pope Pius II -- 104. The English Brut chronicle -- 105. Remembering Joan in Orleans.
Other author Taylor, Craig (Historian)
Subject Joan, of Arc, Saint, 1412-1431. -- Sources.
Christian women saints -- Sources.
France -- History -- Charles VII, 1422-1461 -- Sources.
ISBN 0719068460 (hbk.)
9780719068461 (hbk.)
0719068479 (paperback)
9780719068478 (paperback)