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

; Barrett, W. P. (Wilfred Phillips), 1906- ; Courcelles, Thomas de, -1469 ; Manchon, Guillaume, -1456 ; Cauchon, Pierre, approximately 1371-1442 ; Champion, Pierre, 1880-1942 ; Catholic Church. Diocese of Beauvais (France)
1st ed.. [New York] : Gotham House, 1932.

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Other Authors Barrett, W. P. 1906-
Cauchon, Pierre, approximately 1371-1442.
Champion, Pierre, 1880-1942.
Courcelles, Thomas de, -1469.
Manchon, Guillaume, -1456.
Catholic Church. Diocese of Beauvais (France)
Subjects France -- Rouen.
Joan, of Arc, Saint, 1412-1431 -- Bibliography.
Joan, of Arc, Saint, 1412-1431 -- Trial.
Joan, of Arc, Saint, 1412-1431 -- Trials, litigation, etc.
Joan, of Arc, Saint, 1412-1431.
Trials (Heresy)
Trials (Heresy) -- France -- Rouen.
Description xiii, 544 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Copyright Date 1932.
Notes "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 inquisitor of the faith, the doctors of the University of Paris and other dignitaries"--Introduction.
"The trial for relapse [May 28-30, 1431]": pages 349-366.
Maps on lining-papers.
Trial for heresy and sorcery, February-March, 1431, at Rouen.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 541-544).
Contents Here begin the proceedings -- The officers appointed take oath -- The first public session -- Thursday, February 22nd second session -- February 24th third session -- Tuesday, February 27th fourth session -- March 1st fifth session -- Saturday, March 3rd sixth session -- First session in prison -- The vicar of the lord inquisitor is summoned -- Tuesday, March 13th -- Thursday, March 15th in prison -- Saturday, March 17th in prison -- The statements are presented to the assessors -- Here begins the ordinary trail -- The tenor of the articles of accusation -- This Wednesday after Palm Sunday, 1431 -- Saturday, the last day of March, in prison -- The digest is submitted to the assessors -- The tenor of the deliberations -- Eleven advocates of the court of Rouen give their opinions -- Jeanne is charitably exhorted -- Public admonition of the maid -- She is threatened with torture -- The deliberations of the university of Paris are read -- Here follow the articles concerning the words and deeds of Jeanne, commonly known as the maid -- The deliberation and doctrinal judgment of the venerable faculty of decrees -- Jeanne's faults are expounded to her -- The public sermon, Jeanne recants -- Sentence after the abjuration -- The trial for relapse, Jeanne resumes man's dress -- Tuesday, May 29th -- May 30th, the last day of this trial -- Subsequent document s -- Dramatis personae / Pierre Champion -- On the trial of Jeanne d'Arc / Pierre Champion.
Genre Bibliography.
Trials, litigation, etc.
Geographic Area France
Network Numbers (OCoLC)1314152
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Joan, of Arc, Saint, 1412-1431.
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