On a totally unrelated matter, there is a fascinating novel by a Dutch woman, Helle Haasse, In a Dark Wood Wandering
, which takes for its central character, the Duc d'Orléans, or the early 15th century. His father was the brother of Charles le bien aimé, the mad king, and he (the Duke) was murdered at the instigation of Jean sans peur, the Duc de Bourgogne, who established the great Burgundian dynasty. These events, by way of Agincourt, lead to the surrender of France to Henry V, and the novel even briefly introduces us to La Pucelle--the commander of French troops at the siege of Orléans, Dunois, The Bastard, was the half-brother of the central character. I highly recommend this novel to those with an interest in the middle ages.