Visual Timeline: Joan of Arc
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1412 CE - 1431 CE: Life of Joan of Arc.
1425 CE: Joan of Arc receives visions from God telling her to drive the English from France and bring Charles VII to Rheims to be crowned king.
1428 CE: Joan of Arc's first attempt to meet with Charles the dauphin fails.
1429 CE: Joan of Arc lifts the Siege of Orleans; a major victory for the French in the Hundred Years' War.
1429 CE: Joan of Arc orchestrates the Loire Campaign to bring Charles VII to Rheims for coronation.
1429 CE: Joan of Arc succeeds in meeting the dauphin who accepts her offer to help him.
1429 CE: Joan of Arc prays in Orleans Cathedral during the Hundred Years' War.
1430 CE: Joan of Arc is captured by the Burgundians and sold to the English.
1430 CE - 1431 CE: Joan of Arc is held as prisoner of the English at the city of Rouen.
1431 CE: Joan of Arc is convicted of heresy and burned at the stake in Rouen.
1456 CE: Joan of Arc's conviction is invalidated and she is declared a martyr for France. .