• Jacques de Molay

    Jacques de Molay

    Jacques de Molay (French: [də mɔlɛ]; c. 1243 – 18 March 1314), also spelled "Molai", was the 23rd and last Grand Master of the Knights Templar, leading the Order from 20 April 1298 until it was dissolved by order of Pope Clement V in 1312. Though little is known of his actual life and deeds except for his last years as Grand Master, he is one of the best known Templars.

  • Jacques de Milly

    Jacques de Milly

    Jacques de Milly was the 37th Grand Master of the Order of the Knights Hospitaller (since 1454). He died in 1461.

  • Jacques de Gouy

    Jacques de Gouy (ca. 1610 – after 1650) was a French Baroque composer of Dutch ancestry. He was acquainted with composers in Parisian music circles of the early 17th century such as Étienne Moulinié and Michel Lambert.

  • Jacques de Bourbon-Busset

    Jacques de Bourbon, Count de Busset (27 April 1912, Paris – 7 May 2001, Paris ) was a French novelist, essayist and politician. He was elected to the Académie française on 4 June 1981. He was a senior member of the House of Bourbon-Busset.

  • Jacques de Claeuw

    Jacques de Claeuw, or Grieff (May 1623, Dordrecht – 7 November 1694, Leiden ), was a Dutch Golden Age painter.

  • Jacques De Fence

    Jacques De Fence is the eighth studio album by King Creosote, released in 1999.

  • Jacques De Wykerslooth De Rooyesteyn

    Jacques De Wykerslooth De Rooyesteyn (8 July 1896 – 19 July 1988) was a Belgian modern pentathlete. He competed at the 1924 Summer Olympics.

  • Jacques de Dinant

    Jacques de Dinant was a medieval Bishop of Arras, France.

  • Jacques de la Faye

    Jacques de la Faye was a 17th-18th century French writer whose Defensio Religionis ('"Defense of Religion') a 251-page critique of the pantheism of John Toland, was published at Utrecht in 1709. De la Faye's was the first recorded use of the word, "pantheism".

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