Stock Photo - Jacques Roux (1752-1794) was a French revolutionary priest, leader of the radical group of Enragés who was closely related to the sans-culottes movement. On January 14, 1794, Roux was informed that his case was going to be tried by the Revolutionary Court and he pulled out a knife and stabbed himself several times. France. Old 19th century engraved illustration from Histoire de la Revolution Francaise 1876 by Jules Michelet (1798-1874).

Stock Photo: Jacques Roux (1752-1794) was a French revolutionary priest, leader of the radical group of Enragés who was closely related to the sans-culottes movement.

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