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Pierre Goubert

Pierre Goubert (25 January 1915 – 16 January 2012) was a French historian. A member of the Annales School, he was a noted specialist on the 17th century. He was born in Saumur.[1]


  • Beauvais et le Beauvaisis de 1600 à 1730 : contribution à l'histoire sociale de la France du XVIIe siècle (1958)
  • Familles marchandes sous l'ancien régime : les Danse et les Motte, de Beauvais (1959)
  • 1789, les Francais ont la parole : cahiers de doleances des Etats generaux (1964) with Michel Denis
  • Louis XIV et vingt millions de Français (1966) in English Louis XIV and twenty million Frenchmen (1970)
  • Cent mille provinciaux au XVIIe siècle (1968)
  • Louis XIV: le roi, le royaume: dossier (1968)
  • L'ancien régime 1. La société (1969) in English The ancien régime. French society, 1600-1750 (1973)
  • L'avènement du Roi-Soleil (1971)
  • L'ancien régime 2: Les pouvoirs (1973)
  • Clio parmi les hommes (1976)
  • La vie quotidienne des paysans français au XVIIe siècle (1982) in English The French peasantry in the seventeenth century (1986)
  • Initiation à l'histoire de la France (1984) in English The course of French history (1988)
  • Les Français et l'Ancien Régime. I - La Société et l'État (1984)
  • Mazarin (1990)
  • Un parcours d'historien : souvenirs, 1915-1995 (1996)
  • Le siècle de Louis XIV: études (1996)

Further reading

  • La France d'Ancien Régime : études réunies en l'honneur de Pierre Goubert (1984)
  • 2010 biography on Pierre Goubert


  1. ^ e-TF1 (2012-01-21). "Décès de l'historien Pierre Goubert à l'âge de 96 ans - Actu France en continu - TF1 News". Retrieved 2012-01-26. 

External links

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