Rouen: The Bishop's Palace and the Trial Record

17th century drawing of the Bishop's palace - Rouen.


Interior courtyard of the Bishop's palace. [1910]


Bishop's palace on St. Romain street - Rouen. [1910]


Joan's Trial Record

The first page of Joan's trial record. [1905]


Photo copy of one page from Joan's trial record. Note in the right hand margin the Latin words, responsio mortifera, which mean, "fatal answer." [1905]


Facsimile of Joan's trial record with the words in Latin "fatal answer" written in the margin. [1925]


The last page of Joan's trial record. Note the two dark stains at the bottom of the page. The larger stain was where Bishop Pierre Cauchon put his wax seal and the smaller stain was where the Vice-Inquisitor of Rouen - Jean Lemaitre put his seal. [VF 1997]


Photo of the first page of one of the Latin copies of Joan's trial record.


[1925]


[1925]


[1925] 


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