Joan of Arc, a French peasant girl and heroine, was labelled a heretic, fraud, sorceress and cross-dresser, and was burned at the stake in 1431 at the age of 19. Joan of Arc claimed to hear divine voices instructing her courses of action in helping France regain its sovereignty, and she was held in high regard by the towns she helped to liberate.
She wore white armour and rode a white horse, rejecting the authority of the church in favour of a belief in direct divine communion. She wore male clothing whilst imprisoned to restrain the advances of the guards, and instructed a cross to be held aloft in full view as she perished.
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