Antoine Cesar Becquerel was a French physicist. He was born in 1788 and died in 1878. He served as an officer of engineers, and retired in 1815, after which he devoted himself to the study of electricity, especially electro-chemistry. He refuted the 'theory of contact' by which Volta explained the a...
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Antoine ("Bousca") Bouscatel (or Antonin, born March 9, 1867, Cantal, France - d. 1945) was a French cabrette bagpipe player, well-known at the turn of the 20th century in Paris. ==Sources== ...
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Antoine Brumel (c. 1460 – 1512 or 1513) was a French composer. He was one of the first renowned French members of the Franco-Flemish school of the Renaissance, and, after Josquin des Prez, was one of the most influential composers of his generation. ==Life== Little is known about his early life, ...
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Antoine Caldwell (born April 19, 1986) is an American football player who is currently a center for the Houston Texans of the National Football League (NFL). He was selected by the Texans in the 3rd round of the 2009 NFL Draft. He played college football at Alabama. ==Early years== Caldwell was bor...
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Antoine César Becquerel
Antoine César Becquerel (March 7, 1788 – January 18, 1878) was a French scientist and a pioneer in the study of electric and luminescent phenomena. He was born at Châtillon sur LoCrea (today Châtillon-Coligny). After passing through the École polytechnique he became engineer-officer in 1808, ...
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Antoine Chazal (1793 in Paris - 1854 in Paris) was a French painter of flowers and of portraits, as well as an engraver. He studied under Misbach, Bidauld, and Van Spaendonck, and became Professor of Iconography at the Jardin des Plantes. Besides portraits, flowers, and fruit, he painted a few land...
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Antoine Chintreuil (May 15, 1814 – August 8, 1873) was a French landscape painter. He was born in Pont-de-Vaux, Ain and grew up in Bresse. In 1838 he moved to Paris, where he began studying under Paul Delaroche in 1842. The following year he met Corot, who influenced him profoundly by encouraging...
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Antoine Coypel (Paris 11 April 1661 – Paris 7 January 1722) was a history painter, the more famous son of the French painter Noël Coypel. Antoine studied under his father, with whom he spent four years at Rome. At the age of eighteen he was admitted into the Académie de peinture et de sculpture...
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Saint Antoine Daniel (27 May 1601 – 4 July 1648) was a Jesuit missionary at Sainte-Marie among the Hurons, and one of the eight Canadian Martyrs. Daniel was born at Dieppe, in Normandy. After two years` study of philosophy and one year of law, Daniel entered the Society of Jesus in Rouen on 1 Oct...
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Antoine de Longueval
Antoine de Longueval (fl. 1498–1525) was a French singer and composer of the Renaissance. A contemporary of Josquin des Prez, he was singing master of the French royal chapel under King Francis I, and was important in the history of the polyphonic setting of the Passion. ==Life== Little is known ...
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Antoine de Pluvinel
Antoine de Pluvinel (1552, Crest, Dauphiné - 1620) was the first of the French riding masters, and has had great influence on modern dressage. He wrote L’Instruction du Roy en l’exercice de monter à cheval ("instruction of the King in the art of riding"), was tutor to King Louis XIII, and is ...
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Antoine de Rivarol
Antoine de Rivarol (26 June 1753–11 April 1801) was a Royalist French writer during the Revolutionary era. Rivarol was born in Bagnols-sur-Cèze, Gard. It appears that his father, an innkeeper, was a cultivated man. The son assumed the title of comte de Rivarol, asserting a connection with a nobl...
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Antoine Doinel is a fictional character created by French film director François Truffaut. Doinel is to a great extent an alter ego for Truffaut, sharing many of the same childhood experiences, looking somewhat alike and even being mistaken for one another on the street. Although Truffaut did not ...
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Antoine Duhamel (born 30 July 1925), is a French composer, orchestra conductor and music teacher. == Biography == Born in Valmondois in the Val-d`Oise département of France, Antoine Duhamel is the son of french writer Georges Duhamel and actress Blanche Albane. He studied music at the Sorbonne. He...
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Antoine François Marmontel
Antoine François Marmontel (pron) (16 July 1816, Clermont-Ferrand –16 January 1898, Paris) was a French pianist, teacher and musicographer. ==Life and career== Marmontel entered the Paris Conservatory in 1827. His teachers were Pierre Zimmerman in pianoforte, Victor Dourlen in harmony, Jacques F...
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Antoine Gaubil (b. at Gaillac, Aveyron, 14 July 1689; d. at Beijing, 24 July 1759) was French Jesuit missionary to China. ==Life== He entered the Society of Jesus, 13 September 1704, was sent to China, where he arrived 26 June 1722. He then lived in Beijing for the rest of his life. His Chinese nam...
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Antoine F. Goetschel (born 1958) is a Swiss lawyer who has focused on animal rights law. In cases involving animal abuse, he was appointed to defend the rights of the animal in question. He played a prominent role lobbying for the unsuccessful March 2010 Swiss referendum which would have provided l...
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Antoine Magnol (1676 – March 10, 1759) was a French physician and botanist born in Montpellier. He was the son of famed botanist Pierre Magnol (1638–1715), whom he replaced as chair at the University of Montpellier in 1715. Antoine Magnol held this position at Montpellier in an official capacit...
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Antoine Michel is originally from Paris, France. He has been appearing in commercials and magazine ads since he was 5. As a teenager, he toured all of France in various theatre companies. His breakthrough role came in 2002 in Fabrice Cazeneuve`s film You`ll Get Over It. Then he had the leads roles ...
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Antoine Michel Filhol
Antoine Michel Filhol, a French engraver, born in Paris in 1759, was instructed by F. D. Née. He was very successful in depicting landscapes, and published several works on art, among which the most noted is the Musée Français, 1804-15. He died in Paris in 1812. ...
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Antoine Pol (born in Douai on August 23, 1888; died in Seine-Port on June 21, 1971) was a French poet. == Biography == As an artillery captain, he fought in the First World War, and later worked at the Houve mines in Strasbourg in 1919. In 1945, he became president of the Central Syndicate of Carbo...
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Antoine Portail (1675 – 3 May 1736) was a French magistrate and premier président of the Parlement de Paris. == Notes, sources and references == ...
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Baron Antoine Portal (January 5, 1742-July 23, 1832) was a French anatomist, doctor, medical historian and founding president of the Académie Nationale de Médecine. Born on January 5, 1742 in Gaillac, he was the eldest of 12 siblings. He studied medicine in Albi, Toulouse and Montpellier and star...
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Antoine Ruel (born 31 October 1979 in Auberville, France) is a professional Magic: The Gathering player. He has reached the top eight at the Pro Tour four times, including a win in Los Angeles in 2005. With eighteen Grand Prix top eights, he is in third behind Alex Shvartsman (21) and his brother O...
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Antoine Sonrel (d.1879) was an illustrator, engraver and photographer in Switzerland and Boston, Massachusetts, in the 19th century. He moved from Neuchâtel to the United States around the late 1840s, and was affiliated with Louis Agassiz throughout his career. As a photographer he created numerou...
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