Aristophanes - A comic playwright of ancient Athens. He is known as the Father of Comedy and the Prince of Ancient Comedy, Aristophanes has been said to recreate the life of ancient Athens more convincingly than any other author. His powers of ridicule were feared and acknowledged by influential contemporaries.
30 octobre 1697 : Signature du second traité de Ryswick Carte historique de l'Alsace à l'époque de sa réunion à la France et à la date des différents traités qui ont suivi la Paix de Westphalie (24 octobre 1648 au 20 novembre 1815) / par le comte Hallez-Claparède, Cartographe
Manner of death: Killed by the elephant he killed Eleazar Maccabeus’ death is told in the Old Testament book of “I Maccabees”. During the Battle of Beth-zechariah, Eleazar thought he saw the enemy King Antiochus V riding an elephant near by. Thinking he would perform a heroic act by killing the elephant and king, Eleazar jumped under the elephant and stabbed it in the stomach with his spear. The dead elephant fell right on top of Eleazar killing him instantly.