Joan of Arc - Research Article from Encyclopedia of Religion

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The basic materials relative to the trial are found in Jules Quicherat's five-volume Procès de condamnation et de réhabilitation de Jeanne d'Arc (Paris, 1841–1849; New York, 1960). For an updated edition of the trial in French and Latin, see Procès de condamnation de Jeanne d'Arc, 3 vols., edited by Pierre Tisset and Yvonne Lanhers (Paris, 1960–1971), and of the retrial, see Procès en nullité de la condamnation de Jeanne d'Arc, 3 vols., edited by Pierre Duparc (Paris, 1979–1983). An abridged English translation of the trial can be found in Wilfred P. Barrett's The Trial of Jeanne d'Arc (London, 1932), and of the retrial, in Régine Pernoud's The Retrial of Joan of Arc, translated by J. M. Cohen (London, 1955).

Of the vast secondary literature, the following biographies are good places to begin: Frances Gies's Joan of Arc...

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