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1674, Oct 61746, Aug 11
a French ecclesiastic and writer. He was born and died in Paris. He frequented the salon of Madame Lambert and translated from Greek a history of Herodian (1700) and Letters of Latin Cicero to Atticus (1701). He was elected member of the French Academy in 1718 and was appointed abbot of Villeneuve, at Bignon, in 1719, a position he held until his death.
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