Joan of Arc/Timelines

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A timeline (or several) relating to Joan of Arc.
1412 (?): January 6 (?): Joan's birth at Domrémy
1415: October 25: Battle of Agincourt. French forces routed by English
1420: May 21: Treaty of Troyes was signed between Henry V of England and Charles VI of France making Henry V heir to the French throne
  • August 31: Henry V of England dies and is succeeded by his infant son. John, Duke of Bedford becmes Regent
  • October 21: Charles VI of France dies. The infant son of Henry V is delcared King of France with John, Duke of Bedford, Regent
1424 (?): Summer: Joan first hears her voices
  • May 13: Joan meets for the first time with Robert de Baudricourt in Vaucouleurs
  • July: Burgundian raid on Domrémy
  • February 12: Orléans. Battle of the Herrings
  • February 12: Joan's last meeting with de Baudricourt before being granted an escort for the journey to Chinon
  • February 22: Joan leaves for Chinon
  • March 4: Joan arrives in Chinon
  • March 6: Joan meets with the Dauphin
  • April 29: Joan enters the city of Orléans
  • May 4: Orléans. Saint-Loup bastide is taken
  • May 6: Orléans. Bastide of the Augustinians taken
  • May 7: Orléans. Les Tourelles taken
  • May 8: Orléans. Siege of Orléans is lifted
  • June 11-12: Battle of Jargeau
  • June 15: Battle of Meung-sur-Loire
  • June 16-17: Battle of Beaugency
  • June 18: Battle of Patay
  • July 17 Rheims. Charles VII crowned
  • September 8: Paris. Joan wounded in failed attack on Paris
  • December: Joan and her family receive letters of nobility from Charles VII
  • January: Joan in Orleans
  • March 16: Joan sends a letter to the inhabitants of Reims promising aid against any Burgundian offensive
  • March 23: In a letter addressed to the followers of John Hus, Joan condemns the Hussites
  • March 28: Joan sends a second letter to the inhabitants of Reims
  • late March: an attempted Armagnac coup in Paris is foiled
  • May 23: Compiegne. Joan of Arc is captured by the Burgundians
  • May 26: University of Paris, in the name of the Inquisitor of France, writes to Duke of Burgundy requesting that Joan be surrendered to the Inquisition and University for trial
  • July 14: Bishop Pierre Cauchon presents a letter to the Burgundians demanding that Joan be transferred to the King of England for a Church trial and offers several thousand pound in exchange for her
  • approx July to early November: Joan is held in the castle of Beaurevoir
  • by November 21: Joan is under control of Henry VI and the University of Paris wtites asking that she be turned over to Cauchon and the Inquisition for trial
  • December 23: Joan arrives in Rouen
  • January 9: Rouen. Joan's trial on various charges begins
  • February 21: Rouen. First public session of the trial. Joan is presented to the court.
  • March 10: Rouen. Trial sessions moved to prison
  • May 9: Rouen. Joan is threatened with torture
  • May 24. Rouen. Joan's abjuration
  • May 28: Rouen. Joan "relapses" by dressing in men's clothes. This opens the charge that she is a relapsed heretic
  • May 30: Rouen. Joan is burned at the stake
  • December 16, 1431: Duke of Bedford stages a coronation in Paris of King Henry VI, styled of England and France
  • Spring 1432: English suffer military reverses around Paris
  • November 1432: Anne of Burgandy (the Duchess of Bedford) dies. Anne's marriage to the English regent had fortified and formalized the Anglo-Burgundian alliance
  • September 29, 1435: Treaty of Arras between Burgundy and France whereby Duke Philip of Burgunday, formerly an ally of the English, recognizes Charles VII as King of France
  • February 1436: Paris blockaded
  • April 1436: Paris opens its gates to Dunois and Richemont. Paris is once again in French hands.
  • April 15, 1450. The English field army is destroyed at the Battle of Formigny and the English are expelled from Normandy, the ancient seat of the Normans who conquered England.
  • July 17, 1453. English are expelled from Aquitaine following the Battle of Castillon, ending the Hundred Years' War.
  • July 7: Rouen. Rehabilitation trial adjourns, declaring the 1431 conviction null on the basis of procedural flaws