Featured: Jeanne d'Arc (Joan of Arc) (Updated)I often draw and write Jeanne d'Arc (Joan of Arc) related works and I'm really interested in her.Featured: Jeanne d'Arc (Joan of Arc) (Updated)8 months ago in Art Features More Like This
Here are some Jeanne d'Arc related works which I found on dA.
Maid of Orleans :Saint Joan: by JennyJinyaWarrior Women - Joan of Arc by FlamiatheDemon
Jehanne by PreragJoan of Arc in Korean costume by sdowningD Orleans Mainden by dbkunbrJeanne Three Faces by dbkunbr
Joan of Arc by KristinaGehrmannJoan of Arc by curi222Jeanne d'Arc by asuka111Happy birthday to Joan of Arc by sdowning
Jeanne D'Arc by HideyoshiJeanne d'Arc by Nocta-AeternaJoan of Arc by dashinvaineSt. Joan of Arc by Reine-Haru
Jeanne by jpedroCommission : Joan Of Arc by kaskianiohJoan of Arc by MiguelCoimbraJoan of Arc by Procrust
Warrior Women: Joan of Arc by Hunter-WolfJoan of Arc by T-razzJoan of Arc Bust by DedefoxA Hundred Years of War by chorsahgryphon
Jeanne d'Arc by Vassantha
On The Priesthood, One Body, One ChurchOn The Priesthood, One Body, One Church2 years ago in Philosophical More Like This
"I will appoint shepherds for them who will shepherd them so that they need no longer fear and tremble; and none shall be missing, says the Lord." (Jer 23:4)
In this passage we have cause for joy, but also a cause for concernjoy because of what the prophet proclaims and concern because of what our brothers are saying. In this passage I see a disturbing trend where Protestants often ignore passages like this. Now it is not that many err completely but rather that there needs to be greater nuance in our treatment of this topic. Now, some take the notion "Jesus is the high priest" to mean that he is the only priest with authority, while others take it to mean that we all share equally in the priesthood and that's the end of it.
But this is a prophetic message from Jeremiah, and we must remember that there are many types of prophetic utterances: some foretell God's wrath, His mercy, destruction, restoration, the end of days, or the coming of the New Age, i.e., the age of Christ. This
Medieval MisconceptionsHeavy, cumbersome swordsMedieval Misconceptions8 years ago in Academic Essays More Like This
- The issue of weight seems to be one of the most commonly mistaken aspects of medieval combat. Smiths all made swords slightly differently and each fighter had his own preferences. It is impossible to generalize when it comes to the technology of an entire continent from c/ 500-1500 AD, and both very heavy and very light swords existed. In terms of what was typical, though,, here’s a rough guide to averaged:
Single-handed sword (aka sword) - 2.5 pounds
Hand-and-a-half (aka bastard sword) 2.5-3 lbs
Two-hander (aka longsword) - 3 to 3.5 pounds.
The absolute largest swords still rarely hit the 5-pound mark. These were designed to serve very specific tactical functions on the battlefield and were not intended for general-use purposes. Experience showed smiths and warriors that this was the ideal weight range for their weapon. It’s essentially natural selection at work: people whose swords were too light or too heavy went off to battle and