Footnote 648

Perceval de Boulainvilliers' letter to the Duke of Milan: "... and [she has] such steadfastness in wearing and enduring armor so as to remain fully armored continuously for six days, day and night..." (for a transcription of the original language, see Quicherat's "Procès...", Vol V, p. 120.)

"Chronique de la Pucelle": "... and when riding, she wore her armor as gracefully as if she hadn't done anything else all her life. For which many people were amazed..." (for a transcription of the original language, see Quicherat's "Procès...", Vol IV, p. 212.)

Mathieu Thomassin: "[when wearing armor] she conducted herself as well as an expert man-at-arms could have done." (for a transcription of the original language, see Quicherat's "Procès...", Vol IV, p. 306.)

Georges Chastellain: "...and she conducted herself in her armor... as could have done a commander of a great army..." (for a transcription of the original language, see Quicherat's "Procès...", Vol IV, p. 445.)


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