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Copy of Joan of Arc Timeline

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Judith Paredes

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Joan of Arc

Maid of Orleans
Patron Of France
1424 AD
Joan begins to hear the voices of St. Michael, St. Catherine, and St. Margaret in church. Believing them to have been sent by God, she begins to follow their directions to free France from English control.
1429 AD
By this point, the English have captured all of France north of Loire.
Joan contacts Frances Dauphin, and convinces her of her calling to lead the French troops to victory over the English. She is given the position of captain.
May 1429
Joan leads her troops to victory at the Battle of Orleans. The English troops are devastated, but Joan receives an arrow to the shoulder.
Charles VII is crowned king of France. Joan is given a place of honor at the ceremony.
July 17, 1429
Joan of Arc is captured by the Burgundians. She is sold to the English twelve months later for trial.
Joan is tried as a heretic and witch. She is told to repent in order to save her life, but refuses.
May 30, 1431
Joan of Arc is burned at the stake for her crimes. She becomes a martyr to the French cause.
Joan of Arc is retried by the Pope. The church declares her to be innocent, but is to late to save Joan's life.
Joan of Arc is declared a saint by the Roman Catholic Church.
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