Corday dArmont

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Cor•day d'Ar•mont

(kɔrˈdeɪ dɑrˈmɔ̃)
n.
(Marie Anne) Charlotte, 1768–93, French Revolutionary heroine who assassinated Marat.
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Marat had been assassinated, stabbed to death in his bath, by the treacherous Charlotte Corday d'Armont. The painting captures the final, tragic, melodramatic scene; the expiring moments of one of the fathers of the revolution.