People from Sens

Posted May 31, 2011
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  1. Bishops of Sens

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  1. Bacary Sagna
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    Bacary Sagna

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    Bacary Sagna (born 14 February 1983) is a French professional footballer who plays for English club Manchester City and the France national team. Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger has described him as the best right back in the Premier League. In addition to his regular duties in the full-back position, Sagna played for Arsenal as a centre back on several occasions.


  2. Jean Bernard Tarbé de Vauxclairs
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    Jean Bernard Tarbé de Vauxclairs

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    Jean Bernard Tarbé de Vauxclairs (23 February 1767, Sens - 17 September 1842, Paris) was a French engineer. He was made a Commander of the Légion d'honneur.


  3. Jehan Cousin the younger
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    Jehan Cousin the younger

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    Jehan Cousin the younger ("le jeune") (ca. 1522–1595) was born in Sens, France around 1522, the son of the famous painter and sculptor Jean Cousin the Elder ca. 1490–ca. 1560) who was often compared to his noted contemporary, Albrecht Dürer. Having trained to become an artist under his father, Jehan le jeune showed as much talent as his father, and their work is nearly indistinguishable even to the expert. Just before his death, Jehan the elder published his noted work Livre de Perspective in 1560 in which he noted that his son would soon be publishing a companion entitled, Livre de Pourtraicture.


  4. Saturnin Fabre
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    Saturnin Fabre

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    Saturnin Fabre (April 4, 1884 - October 4, 1961) was a French film actor.


  5. Jacques-François Courtin
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    Jacques-François Courtin

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    Jacques François Courtin, a French historical painter, was born at Sens in 1672. He was a pupil of Louis de Boullongne, and painted the 'mai' offered to the cathedral of Notre-Dame by the goldsmiths of Paris in 1707, the subject being 'St. Paul preaching at Troas.' He died in Paris in 1752. There is a 'Dead Christ' by him in the Brussels Gallery.


  6. Florian Fritz
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    Florian Fritz

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    Florian Fritz (born 17 January 1984 in Sens, Burgundy) is a French rugby union footballer. His usual position is in the centre, and he currently plays for Stade Toulousain in the Top 14 club competition in France. Fritz has also played for France.


  7. Stéphane Véron
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    Stéphane Véron

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    Stéphane Véron (born January 31, 1986 in Sens) is a French professional football player, who currently plays for ASM Belfort.


  8. Chris Malonga
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    Chris Malonga

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    Francis Chris Malonga Ntsayi (born 11 July 1987 in Sens) is a French-born Congolese footballer who currently plays for French club Stade Lavallois.


  9. Clément Chantôme
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    Clément Chantôme

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    Clément Chantôme (born 11 September 1987) is a French professional footballer who plays for Bordeaux in Ligue 1 as a central midfielder.


  10. Jacques Duchesne
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    Jacques Duchesne

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    General Jacques Charles René Achille Duchesne (3 March 1837 – 27 April 1918) was a 19th-century French military officer. He was born at Sens and entered Saint-Cyr in 1855, aged 18, and became a Lieutenant in 1861.


  11. William of Sens
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    William of Sens

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    William of Sens was a 12th century French architect, supposed to have been born at Sens, France.


  12. Jean Cousin the Elder
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    Jean Cousin the Elder

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    Jean Cousin (born Soucy, near Sens, 1500; died Sens before 1593) was a French painter, sculptor, etcher, engraver, and geometrician. He is known as "Jean Cousin the Elder" to distinguish him from his son Jean Cousin the Younger, also an artist.


  13. Kévin Diogo
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    Kévin Diogo

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    Kévin Diogo (born 8 July 1991) is a French professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Châteauroux, on loan from Clermont Foot.


  14. Séan Garnier
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    Séan Garnier

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    Arnaud "Séan" Garnier (born in Sens, France on 18 June 1984) is a French freestyle footballer. He began as an association football player, notably for Auxerre and Troyes, but his professional career was cut short due to injuries.


  15. Gaël Fickou
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    Gaël Fickou

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    Gaël Fickou (born 26 March 1994) is a French rugby union player who plays for French club Toulouse. His usual position is in the Centre. Fickou made his Heineken Cup debut on 14 October 2012, scoring the only try of the game in a win against Leicester Tigers. His lithe movement, balance and pace for his size has seen him compared to English rugby legend Jeremy Guscott. He made his French international debut at the age of 18 against Scotland on 16 March 2013 in the RBS 6 Nations.


  16. Maurice Prou
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    Maurice Prou

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    Maurice Prou (28 December 1861 in Sens - 4 October 1930) was a French archivist, paleographer and numismatist.


  17. John Véron
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    John Véron

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    John Véron (died 1563) was a French Protestant controversialist and preacher, known for his activities in England.


  18. Guy Chevalier
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    Guy Chevalier

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    Guy A. Chevalier (born December 5, 1910, date of death unknown) was a French field hockey player who competed in the 1928 Summer Olympics, in the 1936 Summer Olympics and in the 1948 Summer Olympics.


  19. Joseph ben Nathan Official
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    Joseph ben Nathan Official

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    Joseph ben Nathan Official was a French-Jewish controversialist. He lived, probably at Sens, in the thirteenth century. He was a descendant of Kalonymus ben Todros, the nasi of Narbonne. His father held a public office to which Joseph probably succeeded, whence the surname "Official."


  20. Édouard Charton
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    Édouard Charton

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    Édouard Charton (11 May 1807 – 27 February 1890) was an eminent French literary figure who was the founder and, for fifty-five years (1833–88), editor-in-chief of the publication Magasin pittoresque, in addition to serving for thirty years (1860–90) as director of publication for Hachette.


  21. Louis Antoine Fauvelet de Bourrienne
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    Louis Antoine Fauvelet de Bourrienne

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    Louis Antoine Fauvelet de Bourrienne (July 9, 1769 – February 7, 1834) was a French diplomat.




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