• Jean de Reszke

    Jean de Reszke

    Jean de Reszke (14 January 1850 – 3 April 1925) was a Polish tenor who was a major male opera star of the late 19th century.

  • Groupe Scolaire Jean de La Fontaine

    École Française de Harare or Groupe Scolaire Jean de La Fontaine is a French international school in Vainona, Harare, Zimbabwe. Registered with the Agency for French Teaching Abroad, it serves preschool to the upper secondary (lycée) levels. As of 2015 the school has 170 students from 27 countries.

  • Jean de Gliniasty

    Jean de Gliniasty

    Jean de Gliniasty (born 27 September 1948, Lyon) is a French diplomat and was Ambassador of France to Russia, from 2009 until October 2013. He presented his credentials to Russian President Dmitry Medvedev on 29 May 2009.

  • Jean de Murat de Cros

    Jean de Murat du Cros was a French cardinal of the Catholic Church. He became the Bishop of Limoges (1347–1371). He was a leader in what became the Great Schism within Western Christianity.

  • Cantique de Jean Racine

    Cantique de Jean Racine

    Cantique de Jean Racine (Chant by Jean Racine), Op. 11, is a composition for mixed choir and piano or organ by Gabriel Fauré. The text, "Verbe égal au Très-Haut" ("Word, one with the Highest"), is a French paraphrase by Jean Racine of a Latin hymn from the breviary for matins, Consors paterni luminis. The nineteen-year-old composer set the text in 1864–65 for a composition competition at the École Niedermeyer de Paris, and it won him the first prize. The work was first performed the following year on 4 August 1866 in a version with accompaniment of strings and organ. The style shows similarities with his later work, Requiem. Today, the two works are often performed together.

  • Jean de Dinteville

    Jean de Dinteville (1504–1555) was a French diplomat. He is the left-hand figure in Holbein's 1533 painting The Ambassadors , painted whilst he was French ambassador to London, and which he presumably commissioned. Dinteville's motto was Memento mori , meaning "Remember thou shalt die."

  • Jean de Dieu Nkundabera

    Jean de Dieu Nkundabera is a Rwandan athlete who competes in paralympic athletics.

  • Jean de Serres

    Jean de Serres

    Jean de Serres (French: [sɛʁ]; Latin: Joannes Serranus; 1540–1598) was a major French historian and an advisor to King Henry IV during the Wars of Religion that marred the French Reformation in the second half of the Sixteenth Century. As a refugee from religious persecution, he was educated in Switzerland and became a Calvinist pastor, humanist, poet, polemicist, and diplomat. His complete translation of Plato appeared in the famous 1578 edition published by Henri Estienne, which is the source of the standard 'Stephanus numbers' still used by scholars to refer to Plato's works. In 1596, de Serres was appointed 'Historian of France' by King Henry IV. His posthumously published History of France was an 'immense success' and was not superseded for almost a century.

  • Jean de Tinan

    Jean de Tinan, a.k.a. Jean Le Barbier de Tinan, (1874–1898) was a French writer.

  • Jean de Segonzac

    Jean de Segonzac

    Jean de Segonzac (sometimes credited as Jean DeSegonzac) is an American director, screenwriter and cinematographer who has worked in documentaries and television programs. Most of his work has been in gritty, cinéma vérité -style law enforcement TV dramas.

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