Court de Gébelin was the son of Antoine Court . The name de Gébelin came from his paternal grand-mother. People argue about his date of birth. COURT DE GEBELIN, ANTOINE (–), French scholar, son of Antoine Court (q.v.), was born at Nîmes in He received a good. Monde primitif: analysé et comparé avec le monde moderne by Court de Gébelin, Antoine, ; John Adams Library (Boston Public Library); Marillier.
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