Marie Anne Victoire Pigeon

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Marie Anne Victoire Pigeon d'Osangis (1724, Paris – 1767, Berlin) was a French mathematician and writer.

She was the daughter of the scientist Jean Pigeon. In 1744, she eloped with her teacher, mathematician Pierre Le Guay de Prémontval, to Switzerland, where they married, and then to Berlin. In 1752, she was a teacher of princess Wilhelmina of Hesse-Kassel.

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  • Le méchaniste (sic) philosophe ou Mémoire contenant plusieurs particularités de la vie et des ouvrages du sieur Jean Pigeon [son père], La Haye, 1750.

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