Pierre de La Place, né vers 1520 à Angoulême et assassiné le 25 août 1572 à Paris, est un magistrat, jurisconsulte, philosophe, historien et écrivain protestant français.

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  • Pierre de La Place, né vers 1520 à Angoulême et assassiné le 25 août 1572 à Paris, est un magistrat, jurisconsulte, philosophe, historien et écrivain protestant français.
  • Duke Pierre de la Place (ca. 1520, Angoulême – 25 August 1572, Paris) was a French Huguenot martyr, who died a few days after the 1572 St. Bartholomew's Day Massacre of the Huguenots. According to Foxe, he was informed of the massacre, and ordered to report to the King, to await the King's pleasure. He fled, but was unable to find shelter with any Catholics, and eventually returned to his house and fortified himself in, leading his wife and servants in prayer while he waited. He was eventually obliged to leave with the King's men, who led him into the clutches of assassins who killed him. His corpse was placed in a stable, where it was desecrated with horse dung (later thrown into the river), and his house was plundered.
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  • Pierre de La Place, né vers 1520 à Angoulême et assassiné le 25 août 1572 à Paris, est un magistrat, jurisconsulte, philosophe, historien et écrivain protestant français.
  • Duke Pierre de la Place (ca. 1520, Angoulême – 25 August 1572, Paris) was a French Huguenot martyr, who died a few days after the 1572 St. Bartholomew's Day Massacre of the Huguenots. According to Foxe, he was informed of the massacre, and ordered to report to the King, to await the King's pleasure. He fled, but was unable to find shelter with any Catholics, and eventually returned to his house and fortified himself in, leading his wife and servants in prayer while he waited.
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