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Marc de Papillon (1555–c. 1605)

Papillon, Marc de (pä-pē-yô‘), known as “Captain Lasphrise.” A French poet; born at Amboise, 1555; died about 1605. In 1590 he published a volume of stanzas, songs, elegies, epigrams, satires, epitaphs, etc. Toward the end of his life he composed poems on religious subjects; e.g., a versified rendering of the ‘Canticle of the Three Children in the Fiery Furnace,’ the ‘Magnificat,’ the ‘Lord’s Prayer,’ etc.