Lawyer thanks to the support of Marie-Antoinette, this aristocrat was appointed by Louis XVI Commissioner of the Court of Cassation of Paris . He sat in the Legislative Assembly and the Convention where he left the Girondins for the Montagnards. In 1792, he decreed "The Fatherland in Danger". He wrote the Constitution of 1793 which was abandoned. A member of the Committee of Public Safety, he earned the contempt of Robespierre and Saint-Just and was executed with Danton.
The good Saint Eloi, goldsmith at the court of King Clotaire II, of whom he will later be treasurer, will become the principal Advisor to King Dagobert. Eloi, who became a priest and then bishop of Noyon after the second sovereign, devoted his life to helping the poor and redeeming slaves. The faith