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Gabriel Monod (1844–1912)

Monod, Gabriel Jacques Jean (mō-nō’). A distinguished French historian; born at Ingouville, near Havre, May 7, 1844; died in 1912. After 1880 he was a lecturer at the Normal School, Paris. Chiefly noted for his researches in mediæval history, he published: ‘Germans and French’ (1872); ‘Jules Michelet’ (1875); ‘Critical Studies on the Sources of Merovingian History’ (1872–85); the school textbooks, ‘Short Universal History’ (1883), with M. G. Dhombre, and ‘History of France to Louis XI.’ (1884), with P. Boudois; ‘Bibliography of the History of France’ (1888), indispensable to the student; a translation of J. R. Green’s ‘History of the English People’ (with his brother, A. M. Monod); articles in French and English reviews; ‘Portraits and Souvenirs’ (1897).