Honoré Gabriel Riqueti, Count of Mirabeau, commonly known as Mirabeau, was an early leader of the French Revolution. His death in 1791 led to the conversion of the Panthéon into a mausoleum for France’s greats and he was buried there on April 4, 1791. Known as a moderate advocating for a constitutional monarchy his remains were removed from the Panthéon in 1794 as result of the discovery, at the 1792 Trial of Louis XVI, that he’d acted as a paid agent for the king.
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