Guillaume-Thomas Raynal

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Guillaume Thomas François Raynal  (1713–1796)  wikidata:Q727782 s:en:Author:Guillaume Thomas François Raynal q:it:Guillaume-Thomas François Raynal
Guillaume Thomas François Raynal
Alternative names
Guillaume-Thomas Raynal; Abbé Raynal; the Abbé Raynal; Guillaume Thomas Raynal; Qiyom Toma Fransua Reynal
Description French writer and priest
Date of birth/death 12 April 1713 Edit this at Wikidata 6 March 1796 Edit this at Wikidata
Location of birth/death Lapanouse Passy
Authority file
creator QS:P170,Q727782
English: Guillaume Thomas François Raynal, writer, priest.
Français : Guillaume-Thomas Raynal, écrivain, penseur, et prêtre.

Portraits de Guillaume-Thomas Raynal, (1713-1796)[edit]

Histoire des deux Indes, 1780[edit]

Les incipit[edit]

Illustrations sur Bnf-Gallica

Ouvrages en format djvu[edit]

Les 10 volumes de l'Histoire philosophique et politique des établissemens et du commerce des Européens dans les deux Indes, édition de 1780, sont à corriger sur Wikisource : IIIIIIIVVVIVIIVIIIIXX

Cartographie, 1780[edit]

Histoire des deux Indes[edit]


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