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Auguste Armet (b. 1939)

Auguste Barbier (1805—1882)

Auguste Choisy (1841—1904)

Auguste Comte (1798—1857) French philosopher

Auguste Cornu (1888—1981)

Auguste de Montferrand (1786—1858)

Auguste Delaherche (1857—1940)

Auguste François (1857—1935)

Auguste Frederic Lendy (1826—1889) army officer and military tutor

Auguste Herbin (1882—1960)

Auguste Joseph Alphonse Gratry (1805—1872)

Auguste Laurent (1807—1853)

Auguste Lazar (1887—1970)

Auguste Lumière (1862—1954)

Auguste Maquet (1813—1888)

Auguste Pavie (1847—1925)

Auguste Perret (1874—1954)

Auguste Piccard (1884—1962)

Auguste Rodin (1840—1917) French sculptor

Auguste Sabatier (1839—1901)

Auguste Salzmann (1824—1872)

Auguste Schluter (1849—1917) domestic servant

Auguste Sheridan Delepine (1855—1921) pathologist and bacteriologist

Auguste Stich-Crelinger (1795—1865)

Auguste Stolberg (1753—1835)

Auguste Vestris (1760—1842)

Auguste Villiers De L'isle-Adam (1838—1889)

Auguste-Henri-Victor Grandjean de Montigny (1776—1850)

C. Auguste Dupin


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French family of gold- and silversmiths. Robert-Joseph Auguste (b 1723; d ?1805) became a master in 1757 after an apprenticeship that included work for Louis XV (reg 1715–74). His repertoire ...

Subjects: Decorative Arts, Furniture, and Industrial Design.

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