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3 days ago ... Nicolas-Jacques Conté, French mechanical genius who developed the method on which the manufacture of modern pencils is based. At 14 he ...

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Nicolas Jacques Conté. 1755-1805. French chemist and inventor famous for developing an improved pencil in 1795, and whose manufacturing method was still ...

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Nicolas-Jacques Conte; Nicolas Jacques Conté; Nicolas Jacques Conte; Nicholas-Jacques Conté; Nicholas-Jacques Conte. Traditional Chinese. No label ...

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Nicolas-Jacques Conté (4 August 1755 – 6 December 1805) was a French painter, balloonist, army officer, and inventor of the modern pencil. He was born at ...

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NICOLAS JACQUES CONTE (1755-1805), French mechanical genius, chemist and painter, was born at Aunou-sur-Orne, near Sees, on the 4th of August 1755, ...

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02:56, 7 January 2006 Daderot 413×642 (57,942 bytes) (Nicolas-Jacques Conté, between 1780 and 1800. This image is cropped & contrast-enhanced from the ...

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30 août 2019 ... Français : Nicolas-Jacques Conté, né le 4 aout 1755 à Saint-Céneri-près-Sées en Normandie et mort le 6 décembre 1805 à Paris, est un ...

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Николя Жак Конте - Nicolas-Jacques Conté. Из Википедии, свободной энциклопедии. Николя Жак Конте.

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Joseph-Marie Jacquard, French inventor of the Jacquard loom, which served as the impetus for the technological revolution of the textile industry and is the ...

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Charles-Nicolas Cochin, the Younger, outstanding French engraver of the 18th century. The son of Charles-Nicolas the Elder (1688–1754), from whom he ...

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Jacques Callot, French printmaker who was one of the first great artists to practice the graphic arts exclusively. His innovative series of prints documenting the ...

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1, 1589, Jacques Clément, a fanatical Jacobin friar, gained admission to the king's presence and stabbed him. Before he died, Henry, who left no issue, ...

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…in 1880 by Pierre and Paul-Jacques Curie, who found that when they compressed certain types of crystals including quartz, tourmaline, and Rochelle salt, ...

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Jacques-Bénigne Bossuet, bishop who was the most eloquent and influential spokesman for the rights of the French church against papal authority. He is now ...

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Jacques Louis Le Goff, French historian (born Jan. 1, 1924, Toulon, France—died April 1, 2014, Paris, France), as a leading practitioner of the Annales school of ...

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Jacques Laffitte, French banker and politician prominent in public affairs from the end of the Napoleonic period to the first years of the July Monarchy (1830–31).

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Jacques-François Blondel, architect best known for his teaching and writing, which contributed greatly to architectural theory and the taste of his time. His art ...

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Adolphe Sax, Belgian-French maker of musical instruments and inventor of the saxophone. Sax was the son of Charles Joseph Sax (1791–1865), a maker of ...

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Cornelis Drebbel, Dutch inventor who built the first navigable submarine. An engraver and glassworker in Holland, Drebbel turned to applied science and in ...

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Joseph Bramah, engineer and inventor whose lock-manufacturing shop was the cradle of the British machine-tool industry. Originally a cabinetmaker, Bramah ...

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After his marriage to Edda Mussolini, he rose rapidly through the ranks: chief of the press bureau (1933), undersecretary of state for press and propaganda ...

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Nicolas Jacques Pelletier (c. 1756 – April 25, 1792) was a French highwayman who was the first person to be executed by guillotine.

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Baradelle Jacques-Nicolas (1701- ~1770) : fabricant d'instruments scientifiques. filleul de J. Cassinni, directeur de l'Observatoire de Paris apprenti chez J. Le ...

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Jacques Clément (1567 – 1 August 1589) was a French conspirator and the killer of king Henry III. He was born at Serbonnes, in today's Yonne département, ...

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Armand-Jacques Leroy de Saint-Arnaud, army officer and later marshal of France who was minister of war under Napoleon III and commander in chief of the ...

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Jacques-Louis David, celebrated French painter and a principal exponent of the late 18th-century Neoclassical style. David won wide acclaim for his huge ...

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Jacques Plante, innovative French-Canadian hockey player, one of the most successful of all goaltenders in the National Hockey League (NHL). He was an ...

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France - France - The First French Republic: The insurrection of August 10, 1792, did not, of course, stop the Prussian advance on the capital. As enthusiastic ...

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25 Jul 2020 ... Second Republic, (1848–52) French republic established after the Revolution of 1848 toppled the July monarchy of King Louis-Philippe.

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Huguenot, any of the Protestants in France in the 16th and 17th centuries, many of ... 1572), in which thousands of Huguenots were killed by French Catholic forces. ... in the death of all the plotters except Louis I de Bourbon, Prince de Condé. ... No longer a political entity, the Huguenots became loyal subjects of the king.

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Théodore de Banville, French poet of the mid-19th century who was a late disciple of the Romantics, a leader of the Parnassian movement, a contributor to many ...

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Huon de Bordeaux, Old French poem, written in epic metre, dating from the first half of the 13th century. Charlot, son of the emperor Charlemagne, lays an ...

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Ambroise Paré, French physician, one of the most notable surgeons of the European Renaissance, regarded by some medical historians as the father of modern ...

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Charles Nodier, writer more important for the influence he had on the French Romantic movement than for his own writings. Nodier had an eventful early life, ...

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Claude Lorrain, French artist best known for, and one of the greatest masters of, ideal landscape painting, an art form that seeks to present a view of nature more ...

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Carmagnole, originally, a Piedmontese peasant costume (from the Italian town of Carmagnola) that was well known in the south of France and brought to Paris ...

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Alphonse Daudet, French short-story writer and novelist, now remembered chiefly as the author of sentimental tales of provincial life in the south of France.

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