Roux de Marsilly

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Roux de Marsilly (died 22 June 1669) was a French Huguenot conspirator against Louis XIV of France, who was publicly tortured to death in Paris.[1] His valet is thought to be Daugert, one of the strongest candidates to be the Man in the Iron Mask.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Andrew Lang, The Valet's Tragedy and Other Studies (BiblioBazaar, LLC, 2007), 18.
  2. ^ Julian Hawthorne, The Lock and Key Library: Classic Real Life Mystery Stories Volume 10 (Cosimo, Inc., 2007), 62.