Joseph-Louis Lagrange, comte de l'Empire (January 25, 1736 – April 10, 1813) was an Italian-French mathematician and astronomer who made important contributions to all fields of analysis and number theory and to classical and celestial mechanics.
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- It took them only an instant to cut off that head, but France may not produce another like it in a century.
- About the beheading of Antoine Lavoisier
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