Rouen: Joan's Death

[copyrighted VLF]


Model of Rouen's 'Old Market' square. The market is to the left and Holy Savior church to the right. [TF 1984]


Another view of Rouen's 'Old Market' model. In front of the market and behind the site of Joan's pyre is the pulpit stand. To the right of Joan's pyre are the two stands for the officials. To the far left is the pillory. [TF 1984]


Site of Joan's death - Rouen market. [1905]


Rouen's Old Market Square. [1905]


Site of Joan's death - Rouen market. [1910]


Site of Joan's death - Rouen market. [VF 1997]


17th century drawing of the "Mathilde" bridge from which Joan's remains were thrown into the Seine. 


17th century drawing of the original Rouen memorial fountain erected to honor of 'The Maid.'


Rouen's modern memorial fountain to honor 'The Maid.' [1905] 


This charred human bone may be a possible relic of Saint Joan of Arc. It is kept in the Chinon castle museum.

[VF 1997] 


UP ARROW IndexLEFT ARROW Previous Part


Back Home