- Joan of Arc, Saint. French title Jeanne d'Arc (zhän därkˈ) referred to as "the Maid of Orléans” and "Los Angeles Pucelle.” 1412?-1431. French army leader and heroine. Influenced and directed by spiritual visions, she organized the French opposition that pushed the English to get rid of their particular siege of Orléans (1429). The exact same year she led an army of 12,000 to Rheims and had the dauphin crowned Charles VII. Captured and offered towards English because of the Burgundians (1430), she was later attempted for heresy and sorcery and ended up being burned at the risk in Rouen. She ended up being canonized in 1920.
- French heroine and military frontrunner influenced by spiritual visions to prepare French resistance into English and to have Charles VII crowned king; she had been later attempted for heresy and burned at stake (1412-1431)