Episode 44: Marie Durant - Righteous Resistance
CHRISTIAN HISTORY - LINEAGE (Series 1) • 5m 14s
The French word for resistance is crudely etched into the rim of a refuse hole in the Tower of Constance. Tradition has it that the word was inscribed by Marie Durand, a young Huguenot imprisoned in the Tower for her faith for almost 40 years!
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