Fructidor


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Fructidor

(fryktidɔr)
n
(Historical Terms) the month of fruit: the twelfth month of the French Revolutionary calendar, extending from Aug 19 to Sept 22
[C18: from Latin frūctus fruit + Greek dōron gift]
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Noun1.Fructidor - twelfth month of the Revolutionary calendar (August and September); the month of fruit
Revolutionary calendar - the calendar adopted by the first French Republic in 1793 and abandoned in 1805; dates were calculated from Sept. 22, 1792
Revolutionary calendar month - a month in the Revolutionary calendar
Translations
fruttidoro
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16) The Convention rejected attempts to indict former members of the two great committees on 12 fructidor II and again on 12 vendemaire III (Moniteur, Reimp.
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Le coup d'Etat du 18 fructidor rend pour un moment le pouvoir aux republicains de France.
67) La Decade du departement de la Somme 24:2 (30 Fructidor, An VIII [17 September 1800]); and Nicolas Quinette, Lettre au Ministre de l 'Interieur, 24 April 1806, AD Somme M80003.
17 Fructidor represented which month in the French revolutionary calendar?
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The turning point came, Brown argues, with the coup d'etat of 18 Fructidor in 1797, which thwarted a royalist conspiracy to overturn the republic.
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