1684 – Born on March 19th in Sauves, Auvergne. Physician and biblical scholar, medical consultant to Louis XV.
– He is famous for a work he wrote on the book of Genesis which was to serve as the basis for subsequent theories of Biblical criticism.
1710 – He was appointed to the chair of anatomy at Toulouse.
1721 – He was appointed successively superintendent of the mineral waters of Languedoc.
1729 – Was the first physician to the king of Poland.
1731 – Was a regius professor of medicine at Paris.
1736 – In medicine, he is best known for his invaluable history of venereal disease, De morbis venereis, first published in Latin.
1766 – Died on May 5th in Paris.