1596 ca1646, Sep 8
a French statesman, writer, scholar and translator. He was secretary of the Earl of Harcourt . It was one of the first meetings of Conrart preparing the French Academy, and became an early member of the French Academy, he was even responsible for drawing up the project. He was the first occupant of the chair number 9 of the French Academy and participated in the founding of this institution in 1634. He translated Eutropius's Roman History (Paris, 1621, in-18).
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