Cottier


Cottier

Cottier (spr. Kottiëh), Jacques, Arzt u. Astrolog Ludwigs XI., der sich durch seinen Einfluß auf die Stimmung des Königs allein von Allen bis zuletzt dem Könige unentbehrlich machte.


Pierer's Lexicon. 1857–1865.

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