Joan of Arc (1412-1431) (15)
Find sites for St. Joan of Arc, also known as Jeanne d'Arc, the national heroine of France. Sites offer biography, the role in the Hundred Years' War, historical significance, picture gallery, books, contemporary documents and articles, as well as the canonization of the French Roman Catholic saint put to trial and executed for heresy.
Text used by Inquisitors to aid in the identification, prosecution, and dispatching of Witches.
Witchcraft Documents: 15th Century
Witchcraft documents compiled from the Medieval Sourcebook. Includes Innocent VIII's "Summis desiderantes" papal Bull of 1484.
Gendercide Watch: European Witch-Hunts
Essay exploring the trial, torture, and execution of tens of thousands of victims accused of being witches or practicing witchcraft, about three-quarters of whom were women.
Essex Witch Trials
Critical essays and historical documents about witch hunts and trials in 16th and 17th century Essex, England.
Story of the Pendle Witches, The
The story of the Pendle Witches, nine English women who were accused and executed for witchcraft in 1612.
New Light on Witchcraft
Essay by Joseph McCabe.
Cornell Witchcraft Collection
Online historical documents documenting the persecution of accused witches in Europe and the history of the Inquisition. From Cornell University.
Burning Times, The
Lists names and death dates of historical people executed as witches.