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Vesalius. 2005 Jun;11(1):11-4.

[The dental surgeon Fiacre-Joseph of Goy, a formerly miraculously cured priest of the slaughter September 1792].

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Département de chimie-biologie, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières.

Abstract

Catholic priest Fiacre-Joseph of Goy, born in the Auvergne, was imprisoned in Les Carmes at the end of August 1792. On September 2, during the September massacres, he was thought to have been killed and was taken to the Vaugirard cemetery, where the carter realized that he was only severely injured. Miraculously saved from the massacres, de Goy then became a dental surgeon. Under the Directoire, he resumed his ecclesiastical career, acquiring from the member of the National Convention, Merlin de Thionville, the Mont-Valérien monastery, where he died on February 19, 1806.

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