Head of the Parisian revolutionary army, he participated in the fall of the monarchy and the massacres of September 1792 and commanded the armed forces of Paris in 1793. Thanks to his battalions, he enabled the fall of the Girondins. Robespierre spared him from his friendships with the Hébertists. He tried to save Robespierre on 9 Thermidor, but he was executed alongside him.
Living in the 4th century BC, Olympias is the daughter of Neoptolemus, king of Epirus of the Molossian tribe. Wife of Philip II of Macedon, she is the mother of Alexander the Great and Cleopatra of Macedon. Alexander on the Macedonian throne A royal family, Olympias was born around 375 BC. On the