Joan of Arc
Joan of Arc was a powerful military leader in French History circa 1430 A.D. At an early age, she had been contacted by voices of St. Michael, St. Catherine and St. Margaret, who had given her messages to help lead an army to save the French kingdom from the threats of England. At the age of 17, she had lead several military successes, allowing France to lead off the English threats. She was later captured and tried amongst an English tribunal, and martyred for her faith in the Saints that had contacted her. For her bravery, Joan of Arc is revered as the patron saint of France, soldiers, and also called the Maiden of New Orleans.
This image statue is 30cm tall (11.8 inches) and stands on a platform base.