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Who was Joan of Arc

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Joan of Arc, also Jeanne d'Arc (1412 to 30 May 1431) is a national heroine of France and a saint of the Roman Catholic Church. She believed she had visions from God that told her to recover her homeland from English domination late in the Hundred Years' War. The uncrowned King Charles VII sent her to the siege at Orleans as part of a relief mission. He did this because of all of Joan's honesty. Initially treated as a figurehead by veteran commanders, she gained prominence when she lifted the siege in only nine days. Several more swift victories led to Charles VII's coronation at Rheims, which settled the disputed succession to the throne.

The renewed French confidence outlasted her own brief career. Court intrigues slowed further offensive action. She was wounded during an unsuccessful attempt to recover Paris and fell prisoner at a battle outside Compeigne the following spring. A politically motivated trial convicted her of heresy. The English regent John, duke of Bedford had her burnt at the stake in Rouen. The ENGLISH saw her as an agent of the devil and that is why she was burnt. She had been the heroine of her country at the age of seventeen. She died at just nineteen. Some twenty-four years later, Pope Callixtus III reopened the case and a new finding overturned the original conviction. Her piety to the end impressed the retrial court. Pope Benedict XV canonized her on 16 May 1920.

Joan of Arc has remained an important figure in the collective imagination of Western culture. From Napoleon to the present, French politicians of all leanings have invoked her memory. Major writers and composers who created works about her include Shakespeare, Voltaire, Schiller, Verdi, Tchaikovsky, Twain, Shaw, and Brecht. Depictions of her continue in film, television, and song.

Joan of arc was also known as "the Maid of Orleans," she was a 15th century Catholic saint, and national heroine of France. A peasant girl born in Eastern France, Joan led the French army to several important victories during the Hundred Years' War, claiming divine guidance, and was indirectly responsible for the coronation of King Charles VII.
a 15th century saint and a national heroine of France
Joan of Arc is a sanit of France, she died when burnt alive as she dressed as a man to fight England.
A young peasant woman who helped France by leading soldiers against the English.
Joanne o ark was a French warrior

What instrument did William Shakespeare play

William Shakespeare is not known to have played an instrument.

What was the Inquistion
Roman Catholic AnswerInquisition is a special court appointed by the Church meant to investigate heresy and to stop it. There were numerous inquisitions spreading over eight centuries, not just one THE Inquisition, usually that term is used to denote the Spanish Inquisition which lasted a long time and had many abuses. The Spanish Inquisition was not started nor was it run by the Church, but by the Spanish government in an attempt to stop subversive elements that were trying to undermine the Spanish government. The Spanish Inquisition did make use of Church courts, but the Church never inflicted punishment, it only returned those convicted back to the government.

from Modern Catholic Dictionary by John A. Hardon, S.J. Doubleday & Co., Inc. Garden City, NY 1980

Inquisition. The special court or tribunal appointed by the Catholic Church to discover and suppress heresy and to punish heretics. The Roman Inquisition of the middle twelfth century, with its ecclesiastical courts for trying and punishing heretics, arose during the ravages of the anti-social Albigensian sect, whose doctrines and practices were destructive not only of faith but of Christian morality and public order. While Church authorities would condemn a person found guilty of heresy, it was the civil power that actually inflicted the penalty. The reformation of the heretic was first sought. By exhortations and minor punishments he was urged to give up his heresy. Many did. Only the relapsed heretics who were found guilty were turned over to the civil government for punishment required under civil law. The fact that secular law prescribed death must be understood in the light of those days when heresy was anarchy and treason and leniency in criminal codes was unknown. Like all institutions that have a human character abuses crept in.

The Spanish Inquisition, set up by King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella in 1478 and empowered by Pope Sixtus IV, was directed against the lapsed converts from Judaism, crypto-Jews, and other apostates whose secret activities were dangerous to Church and State. The civil government had great influence in the administration of this Inquisition, and the Spanish ecclesiastical tribunal accused of scandalous cruelty must share its condemnations with them. The latter worked during these days in defiance of the Holy See, which often condemned inquisitors because of their cruelties. Even so, these cruelties have been grossly exaggerated, and the fact that the Inquisition did tremendous good in saving the Latin countries from anarchy has been forgotten. Much falsehood surrounds the events of this period, which should be judged by the standards of those times, not by modern ideas of the human person and of religious freedom.

What was an important effect of the invention of the printing press

A decrease in the price of books - APEX

What were the three types of northern Renaissance music

Sacred, secular, and instrumental

I know there was the 1. classical, mainly instrumental. 2. church music, hymns influenced by Martin Luther who believed that the congregation should take an active part in the church service, scripture through worship. 3. I think were the operas

How was Northern Italy different from Southern Italy at the beginning of the Renaissance

Southern Italy was more similar to northern Europe

Northern Italy had formed citystates, and southern Italy had not.

Southern Italy still had feudalism, while northern Italy did not.

Northern Italy had formed citystates, and southern Italy had not.

Who were main characters in William Shakespeares plays

romeo & Juliet

In what way did early northern Renaissance paintings differ from Italian Renaissance paintings

Size They were done on a smaller scale

What was the policy in Germany after the Peace of Augsburg

States could choose between Catholicism and Protestantism.

Which was one of Martin Luthers main ideas

Luther taught that salvation is not earned by good deeds but received only as a free gift of God's grace through faith in Jesus Christ as redeemer from sin.

What was one of the main factors that helped the Renaissance spread

Growing economic prosperity

Increased trade

Wealth

Which did Queen Elizabeth I do

She pursued moderate Protestantism in England. she defeated the Spanish Armada She supported Protestantism.

What is Martin Luthers religion called

Lutherans are Martin Luthers religion.

Why were more Europeans literate during the Renaissance

More Europeans were literate because of several things:

  • Improving economies
  • A growing interest in religious works
  • An interest in record keeping
Which sacrament did Martin Luther eliminate

Penance Marriage

How did art change in the Renaissance

It was no longer only about religion.

It became more secular.

It was no longer only about religion.

People became more the focus of art.

And artists tried to paint realistically.

What event led to German states being allowed to choose between Lutheranism and Catholicism

The Peace of Augsburg

Which was a difference between Lutheranism and Anabaptist beliefs

Anabaptists were against infant baptism

Which was a difference between Lutheranism and the ideas of John Calvin

Predestination

Is Rhode Island in Maryland

No, Rhode Island is not in Maryland. Rhode Island and Maryland are two completely separate states.

When did Henry VIII break away from the catholic church

Henry the VIII broke away from the catholic church in 1533.

What causes The great Schism in Europe

The Great Schism was the event that divided "Chalcedonian" Christianity into Western Catholicism and Eastern Orthodoxy. It was the result of an extended period of estrangement between the two bodies of churches.

What was the result of the Spanish Inquisition

Many Muslims and Jews were forced out of Spain.

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Catholic AnswerThe primarily result of the Spanish Inquisition is that the protestant heresy was kept out of Spain, and the Spanish were protected from its evil influence.
What is true of Europe after the fall of Rome

It's power was divided

What did Erasmus criticize in his book In Praise of Folly

He criticizes pilgrimages, fasts, relics, and the Church's interpretation of the Bible.

What was the most important factor in cause Martin Luther to lead the reformation

The selling of indulgences.

Which is true of the invention of printing

Because of the availability of books, people learned about Protestantism.

Why did Henry VIII want Parliament to dissolve England's ties to a Catholic Church

henry viii wanted a different wife

Which did Queen Elizabeth 1 do

She defeated the spanish armada

What was the Inquisition

The Inquisition was a group if institutions within the government system of the Catholic Church, whose aim was to combat heresy. It started in 12th century France and spread to other European countries resulting in the Spanish and Portuguese Inquisitions. Minor religions were more numerous in these countries

What statements is true about learning in the late middle ages

Scholasticism brought Aristotle and the Bible together. - Apex

How Renaissance scholarship differ from that of previous eras

It was more secular.

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