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Auguste Filon (1800–1875)

Filon, Auguste (fē-lô‘). A French historian; born in Paris, June 7, 1800; died there, Dec. 1, 1875. His chief works are: ‘Comparative History of France and England’ (1832); ‘The Spiritual Power in its Relations with the State’ (1844); ‘History of the Roman Senate’ (1850); ‘History of the Athenian Democracy’ (1854).