Jules de Clérambault
Jules de Clérambault (ca. 1660 – August 17, 1714) was a French ecclesiastic and Abbot of Saint-Taurin d’Évreux.
He was the son of Marshal of France Philippe de Clérambault de La Palluau, and brother of Philippe, who in 1704 as lieutenant general, was responsible for the defense of the village of Blindheim in the Battle of Blenheim and was killed (drowned) during the battle.
As Clérambault was a hunchback, he was nicknamed Aesop, after a figure in one of De La Fontaine's stories.
He was a historian and theologian.
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