Footnote 317

Simon Beaucroix, who had served in her army: "I well remember that during the time when I was associated with her, I never had the will to sin [or 'do evil']." (For the original language, see: DuParc's "Procès en Nullité...", Vol I, p. 373; for translations, see: Oursel's "Les Procès de Jeanne d'Arc", p. 280, and Pernoud's "The Retrial of Joan of Arc", p. 107).

The Count of Dunois, one of her commanders: "... when myself and the others were in the Maiden's company none of us had any wish or desire to have intercourse with women; and it seemed that this was almost miraculous." (For the original language, see: DuParc's "Procès en Nullité...", Vol I, p. 325; for translations, see Oursel's "Les Procès de Jeanne d'Arc", p. 249, and Pernoud's "The Retrial of Joan of Arc", p. 128).

Gobert Thibault, King's squire: "... and many times, when they [her soldiers] were speaking about sins of the flesh and words which could incite carnal desires, when they saw and came near to her, they could not speak of such things, as they suddenly lost all carnal desire." (For the original language, see: DuParc's "Procès en Nullité...", Vol I, p. 370; for translations, see Oursel's "Les Procès de Jeanne d'Arc", pp. 278 - 279, and Pernoud's "The Retrial of Joan of Arc", p. 107).


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