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Dacier, Anne – (1651 – 1720)
French translator and scholar
Anne Lefebvre was born at Preuilly-sur-Claise, near Paris, the daughter of Tanneguy Lefebvre, a Protestant scholar, who instructed her in Greek and Latin at Saumur. With the deaths of her father and first husband, she removed to Paris, where she later married (1683) the publisher and editor, Andre Dacier, and both of them converted to Catholicism. A specialist in the classics, Madame Dacier produced the first French translation of the Greek poet Sappho in Les Poesies d’Anacreon et de Sappho (The Poems of Anacreon and Sappho) (1681).
Anne collaborated with her husband on a translation of the works of the Roman poet Horace, and was herself the author of, On the Causes of the Corruption of the Tastes (Des causes de la corruption des gouts) (1714) and Homere defendu (In defence of Homer) (1716). She is best remembered for her translations of the Iliad (1699) and the Odyssey . Anne Dacier died (Aug 17, 1720) aged sixty-six, at Preuilly-sur-Claise.


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