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Madam Calas, with her two daughters, listens to the verdict of the trial of her husband, Jean, illustration from 'Causes celebres de tous les peuples', by Armand Fouquier, 1858-67 (coloured engraving) Jean Calas (1698 – March 10, 1762) was a merchant living in Toulouse, France, who was the victim of a biased trial due to his being a Protestant in an officially Roman Catholic society. In France, he became a symbolic victim of religious intolerance, along with François-Jean de la Barre and Pierre-Paul Sirven. © Bridgeman Images


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