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1652 in France

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1652 in France

Events from the year 1652 in France

Contents

Incumbents

  • Monarch – Louis XIII
  • Events

  • 7 April – Battle of Bléneau
  • Full date missing

  • Jean-Vincent d'Abbadie de Saint-Castin, military officer (died 1707)
  • Jean Le Fèvre, astronomer and physicist (died 1706)
  • Marie Anne d'Orléans, princess (died 1656)
  • Nicolas Chalon du Blé, general (died 1730)
  • Michel Rolle, mathematician, known for Rolle's theorem (died 1719)
  • Camille d'Hostun, duc de Tallard, nobleman, diplomat and military officer (died 1728)
  • Charles de Ferriol, ambassador (died 1722)
  • Full date missing

  • Florimond de Beaune, mathematician (born 1601).
  • Jean Gaston, Duke of Valois, prince (born 1650)
  • Claude de L'Estoile, playwright and poet (born 1602)
  • Claude Bouthillier, statesman (born 1581)
  • Charles Fleury, lutenist (born c.1605)
  • Jacques Buteux, Jesuit missionary (born 1600)
  • Jacques Gaultier, lutenist (born c.1600)
  • Georges Fournier, Jesuit priest, geographer and mathematician (born 1595)
  • References

    1652 in France Wikipedia


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