French far right Front National (FN) party president Marine delivers a speech, during the party's annual celebrations of Joan of Arc on May 1, 2013 at Paris' Opera square. AFP PHOTO / ERIC FEFERBERG
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Joan of Arc (c1412-31) St Jeanne d'Arc, the Maid of Orleans, French patriot and martyr. Tried for heresy and sorcery and burnt at stake in market place at Rouen, 30 May 1431. 19th century chromolithograph.
Saint Joan of Arc (1412 - 1431), known as 'the Maid of Orleans', at Reims Cathedral for the coronation of the dauphin as King Charles VII, circa 1429, accompanied by her squire Anton, her chaplain Jean Pasquerel and her pages. Earlier that year, she had driven the English from Orleans at the head of an army, but in 1431 she was captured and executed on a charge of witchcraft. She was canonized in 1920. Original Artwork: Painting by J D Ingres in the Louvre. Original Publication: People Disc - HF0797
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Joan of Arc at the Coronation of Charles VII in the Cathedral at Reims. Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres (1780-1867) French Classical painter. Oil on canvas (1854). Louvre, Paris.
Joan of Arc 1412 1431 aka Jeanne d Arc or Jeanne la Pucelle French heroine
Joan of Arc (c. 1412 - 1431), French saint and national heroine who led her troops to victory over the British during the Hundred Years War, carrying a sword and a flag on the battlefield.
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Joan of Arc in armour and on horseback, a medieval castle in the background. By Antoine Dufour 'Vie des Femmes Celebres', MS 17. Musee Thomas Dobree, Nantes, France. (Photo by Imagno/Getty Images) [Johanna von Orleans in Ruestung, ein mittelalterliches Schloss im Hintergrund. Von Antoine Dufour 'Vie des Femmes Celebres', MS 17. Musee Thomas Dobree, Nantes, France.]