Louis Giry

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Louis Giry (8 February 1596 - 28 July 1665) was a French lawyer, translator and writer.


Born in Paris in 1595, Lewis Giry was a French lawyer and was one of the first members of the French academy. As a translator, he translated Tertullian's Apology and several other works.[1]

Giry died in 1665 at aged 70.[1]


  1. ^ a b Platts, John (1826). A Universal Biography: 3d series. [15th-16th cent.