François Hotman

''François Hotman on his deathbed'', after [[Joos van Winghe François Hotman (23 August 1524 – 12 February 1590) was a French Protestant lawyer and writer, associated with the legal humanists and with the monarchomaques, who struggled against absolute monarchy. His first name is often written 'Francis' in English. His surname is Latinized by himself as Hotomanus, by others as Hotomannus and Hottomannus. He has been called "one of the first modern revolutionaries". Provided by Wikipedia
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by Hotman, François 1524-1590
Published 1547
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by Hotman, François 1524-1590
Published 1547
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by Hotman, François 1524-1590
Published 1548
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by Calvin, Jean 1509-1564
Published 1549
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by Calvin, Jean 1509-1564
Published 1549
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by Hotman, François 1524-1590
Published 1551
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by Hotman, François 1524-1590
Published 1553
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by Hotman, François 1524-1590
Published 1554
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by Hotman, François, 1524-1590
Published 1554
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by Hotman, François 1524-1590
Published 1556
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by Justinian 482-565
Published 1557
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by Connanus, Franciscus
Published 1557
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by Hotman, François 1524-1590
Published 1557
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by Hotman, François 1524-1590
Published 1558
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