If, after that time span, the woman still asserted her husband’s spelunker hadn’t ever explored her cave of wonders then a proper trial would commence. The most important test for the ladies was the court trying to determine if the woman making the accusations was still a virgin. Not all just about being able to get it up, a man being able to impregnate the woman was also a key factor. Critical to his tale is that, after the divorce, despite the court order against it, he went ahead and took another wife, Diana de Navailles. Eventually other avenues of divorce also opened up, which all saw impotence trials falling by the wayside by the 19th century.