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Jules Étienne Joseph Quicherat (1814–1882)

Quicherat, Jules Étienne Joseph (kēsh-rä’). A French historian; born at Paris, Oct. 13, 1814; died there, April 8, 1882. His principal work was ‘The Trial and Condemnation and Rehabilitation of Joan of Arc’ (5 vols., 1841–49). He wrote also: ‘History of Costume in France’ (1874); ‘Archæological and Historical Miscellanies’ (2 vols., 1885).