Famous People Who Died on July 28
Maximilien de Robespierre
Philosopher, Scholar, Activist, Lawyer, Judge, Journalist, Government Official / 1758 - 1794
Maximilien de Robespierre was an official during the French Revolution and one of the principal architects of the Reign of Terror.
Savinien Cyrano de Bergerac
Author, Playwright / 1619 - 1655
Savinien Cyrano de Bergerac was a French author and playwright best known for his political satire and science fantasy, including the play The Pedant Imitated (1654).
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profile name: Johann Sebastian Bach profile occupation: Songwriter
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profile name: Antonio Vivaldi profile occupation: Educator, Songwriter, Priest
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profile name: Maximilien de Robespierre profile occupation: Philosopher, Scholar, Activist, Lawyer, Judge, Journalist, Government Official
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profile name: Francis Crick profile occupation: Biologist, Physiologist
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