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1 Video on arc=joan of arc (moya brenna) change my world

2 Joan of Arc burned at the stake Joan of Arc burned at the stake 1431 The Maiden of Orleans After ten weeks Of interrogation After ten weeks Of interrogation

3 Ramihrdus of CambraiRamihrdus of Cambrai (1076 or 1077) (lynched) Peter of BruysPeter of Bruys ( 1130) (lynched) Gerard SegarelliGerard Segarelli ( 1300) Fra Dolcino ( 1307) Sister Margherita ( 1307)Margherita Brother Longino ( 1307)Longino Marguerite PoreteMarguerite Porete ( 1310) Botulf BotulfssonBotulf Botulfsson (1311), the only known heretic executed in Sweden. Jacques de Molay Jacques de Molay, a minor Franks nobility, served as the 23rd and officially last Grand Master of the Knights Templar.... (1243–1314), burned after conviction by a tribunal under the control of King Philip IV of France.Philip IV of France Francesco da Pistoia ( 1337) Lorenzo Gherardi ( 1337) Bartolomeo Greco ( 1337) Bartolomeo da Bucciano ( 1337) Antonio BevilacquaAntonio Bevilacqua ( 1337) William Sawtre ( 1401) John BadbyJohn Badby ( 1410) Jan HusJan Hus (1371–1415) Jerome of PragueJerome of Prague (1365–1416), relapsed heretic St.St. Joan of Arc (1412–1431), burned after conviction by a pro-English tribunal of Catholic clergy.Joan of Arcclergy Thomas BagleyThomas Bagley ( 1431)

4 Pavel KravarPavel Kravar ( 1433) Girolamo SavonarolaGirolamo Savonarola ( 1498) Joshua Weißöck (1488–1498) Jean VallièreJean Vallière ( 1523) Hendrik Voes ( 1523) and Jan van Essen ( 1523), 1rst martyrs in the Seventeen ProvincesSeventeen Provinces Jan de BakkerJan de Bakker ( 1525), 1rst martyr in the Northern Netherlands Wendelmoet Claesdochter ( 1527), 1st Dutch woman burned as heretic Michael SattlerMichael Sattler ( 1527) Patrick HamiltonPatrick Hamilton ( 1528) Balthasar Hubmaier Balthasar Hubmaier was an influential German/Moravian Anabaptist leader.He was born in Friedberg, Bavaria circa (1485–1528), relapsed heretic George BlaurockGeorge Blaurock (1491–1529) Hans Langegger ( 1529) Giovanni Milanese ( 1530) William TyndaleWilliam Tyndale (1490–1536) John FrithJohn Frith (1503–1533) Jakob Hutter ( 1536) Francisco de San RomanFrancisco de San Roman ( 1540) Giandomenico dell' Aquila ( 1542) George WishartGeorge Wishart (1513–1546)

5 Rowland TaylorRowland Taylor ( 1555) John HooperJohn Hooper ( 1555) Patrick Pakingham ( 1555) Hugh LatimerHugh Latimer (1485–1555), relapsed heretic Nicholas RidleyNicholas Ridley (1500–1555) Bartolomeo Hector ( 1555) Paolo Rappi ( 1555) Vernon Giovanni ( 1555) Labori Antonio ( 1555) John BradfordJohn Bradford ( 1555) Thomas CranmerThomas Cranmer (1489–1556), relapsed heretic Pomponio Angerio ( 1556) Nicola Sartonio ( 1557) Fra Gioffredo Varaglia ( 1558) Gisberto di Milanuccio ( 1558) Francesco Cartone ( 1558) Antonio di Colella ( 1559) Antonio Gesualdi ( 1559) Giacomo Bonello ( 1560)

6 Dionigi di Cola ( 1560) Gian Pascali di Cuneo ( 1560) Bernardino Conte ( 1560) Giorgio Olivetto ( 1567) Luca di Faenza ( 1568) Thomas Szük (1522–1568) Bartolomeo Bartoccio ( 1569) Dirk WillemsDirk Willems ( 1569) Fra Arnaldo di Santo Zeno ( 1570) Alessandro di Giacomo ( 1574) Benedetto Thomaria ( 1574) Diego LopezDiego Lopez ( 1583) Gabriello Henriquez ( 1583) Borro of Arezzo ( 1583) Ludovico Moro ( 1583) Pietro Benato ( 1585) Francesco Gambonelli ( 1594) Marcantonio Valena ( 1594) Giovanni Antonio da Verona ( 1599) Fra Celestino ( 1599) Giordano BrunoGiordano Bruno (1548–1600) Maurizio Rinaldi ( 1600) Bartolomeo Coppino ( 1601) Kimpa VitaKimpa Vita (1684–1706) Maria Barbara CarilloMaria Barbara Carillo (1625–1721

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8 Exact place where Joan was Murdered

9 Headstone of Joan of Arc

10 She acted inappropriately as a woman. She dressed as a boy fought in a war, took communion as a male, all of which was not lawful. Joan gave France a feeling of nationalism and patriotism which helped the French people drive the English out of most of France.

11 E n g l a n d France 1.French kings gained more power. Parliament for money. (Power of the Purse) 2.Dreams of an empire fading English kings had to ask but they searched for new trading places. 3. More tax levied on peasants Monarchs needed larger armies Paris * London *

12 What Will All of This Mean? 1.Economy grows, more manufacturing 2. Italian cities flourished as centers of shipping 3.Sets the stage for: A. Renaissance B. Protestant Reformation C. Age of Exploration 1.Economy grows, more manufacturing 2. Italian cities flourished as centers of shipping 3.Sets the stage for: A. Renaissance B. Protestant Reformation C. Age of Exploration

13 1.Hundred Years War creates Nationalism in France 2. New weapons used 3. England and France are progressing towards building their own nations ***4. Stage set for Europes recovery


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