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By Liam Rudden JOAN OF ARC was burned at the stake in 1431. She was just 19. In 1920, she was made a saint, the patroness of soldiers and of France, and three years later immortalised by Irish playwright George Bernard Shaw in his play, Saint Joan.
A team of scientists hopes to crack one of the layers of mystery surrounding 15th-century French heroine Joan of Arc: Could a rib and other fragments recovered after she was burned at the stake be hers?