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Marguerite Catherine Ponsoye alias Margot Delaye, by Grellet
Margot Delaye, by François Grellet, Salon of 1880
Marguerite Catherine Ponsoye Delaye (or Margot Delaye) was a woman who fought during the siege of Montelimar by Admiral Coligny in 1569, and lost an arm in the fighting. A one armed statue was erected in her honor.