Joan may refer to:
- Joan (given name) a female or male given name
- Jōan (era), a Japanese era name
- Joan Township, Ontario, a geographic township
Other articles related to "joan":
... Joan Armatrading is the third studio album from the British singer-songwriter Joan Armatrading ...
... Robert and Joan Wallick set a new record flying round the world eastward in June 1966 ... Robert Wallick and co-pilot wife Joan circumnavigated the world, starting and finishing in Manila, Philippines, spanning a record distance (at that time) of 23,129 miles ...
... Reforza d'Agoult was sent in the spring of 1345 by Joan of Anjou, viceroy to northern Italy in hopes of putting an end to the war with the Margravate of ... He had been appointed joint heir with his wife, Joan I, to the throne of Naples by the Pope ... however, sat ill with the Neapolitan people and nobles nor was Joan content to share her sovereignty ...
... Joan, Countess of Saint-Pol and Ligny (d ... At this time, John held Joan of Arc, whom he had captured, as a prisoner ... The Demoiselle de Luxembourg showed kindness to her, and pleaded with her nephew not to sell Joan to the English ...
... June Carlson – Joan Blake, the teen-age girl ... Jimmy Clark – Joan's brother ... Jane Isbell – Mary Lou, Joan's friend ...
Famous quotes containing the word joan:
“You who have condemned me, I know your kind. Your forebears poisoned Socrates, burned Joan of Arc, hanged, tortured all those whose only offense was to bring light into darkness.”
—Karl Brown (18971990)
“And that good Joan whom Englishmen
At Rouen doomed and burned her there,
Mother of God, where are they then? . . .”
—Francois Villon (14311465)