Joan of Arc has become a symbol of women's strength and strength of faith for both men and women. Born around 1412, she did not even make her 20s, dying as a martyr to her faith on May 30, 1431.
Almost single-handedly, she turned the tide of the Hundred Years' War for the French, aiding the French Dauphin, Charles against the English. She heard the voices of the saints who have her the strength and will to fight for her beliefs. She is usually pictured with sword in hand, but in a peaceful moment, it is sheathed as she has become an inspirational finger puppet.
Saint Joan was captured in 1430 and put on trial as a witch and heretic, and then famously burned at the stake in Rouen.
For safekeeping, you can keep St. Joan on your fridge (she is also a magnet).