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Item #AV0133: Vintage Bronze Marat Plaque
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|Item Location:||1600 Chico River Road, Chico, CA 95928|
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Vintage Bronze Marat Plaque
This Bronze Plaque is a portrait of Jean Paul-Marat also inscribed with the name of his famous paper L'ami du Peuple. It is a piece from 1743 - 1793 in very original condition.
Jean-Paul was a Swiss-born French scientist and physician who made his career in the United Kingdom, but is best know as an activist in the French Revolution. A fiery journalist and advocate of such violent measures as the September 1792 massacres of jailed "enemies of the revolution", and a member of the radical Jacobin faction during the French Revolution, he helped launch the "Reign of Terror" and compiled "death lists". He was stabbed to death in his bathtub by Charlotte Corday in 1793.