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Edmond Clément         
FRENCH OPERA SINGER (1867-1928)
Edmond Clement
Edmond Clément (28 March 1867, Paris - 24 February 1928, Nice) was a French lyric tenor who earned an international reputation due to the polished artistry of his singing. During his career he also held a private studio, one of his students being the internationally recognized soprano Marie Sundelius.
Clément II Métezeau         
  • Clément II Métezeau (1581-1652).
FRENCH ENGINEER (1581-1652)
Clément Metézeau; Clement Metezeau; Clément Métezeau
Jacques-Clément Métezeau (; 1581–1652), also Clément II Métezeau, was Royal architect of Louis XIII, and French engineer who completed the seawall blocking the city of La Rochelle in the Siege of La Rochelle in 1627–1628.
Clement of Metz         
  • Abbey of Saint Clement in Metz.
FRENCH BISHOP AND SAINT
Saint Clement of Metz; Clement of metz; Clément of Metz
Saint Clement of Metz (; ) is venerated as the first Bishop of Metz. According to tradition, he was sent by Saint Peter to Metz during the 1st century, with two disciples: Celestius (Céleste de Metz) and Felix (Felix de Metz), who are listed as his successors in that see.