Visionary militant and Martyr. She saw it as her visionary mission to save France from the English and the Hundred Years War.
Next year, the Burgundians, a rather independent crowd and fed up with always having their vines trampled by opposing forces, captured Joan and sold her to the English.
This was one, they thought — the woman who had been wearing armor, waving a sword and shouting 'Come and Get it!' Then capturing back all those vineyards. She won't stop shouting at us in French — obviously witchcraft. The quicker we burn her the better.
Now she is Patron of France, and the English have to import Burgundy and pay duty on it like all the other French wines.
Authors: Peter J Allen and Chas Saunders
References: Coming soon.
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Location : Worldwide Christianity
Gender : Female
Type : Saint or Sage
Celebration or Feast Day : Unknown at present
Birth and Death Dates : 1412-1434
Pronunciation : Coming soon
Alternative names : None known
Popularity index : 123
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