Robespierre: the oldest case of sarcoidosis?

  title={Robespierre: the oldest case of sarcoidosis?},
  author={P. Charlier and P. Froesch},
  journal={The Lancet},
Maximilien de Robespierre, a French lawyer and politician, is the most important figure of the French Revolution. He was executed by guillotine in Paris, France, on July 28, 1794, when aged 36 years. A funeral mask was moulded just after his decapitation and a copy is conserved in the Dumoutier collection (Granet Museum, Aix-en-Provence, France). We recently reconstructed the face of Robespierre (fi gure). After careful examination of his death mask and review of the documents providing a… Expand
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