Auguste

Auguste may refer to:

  • HMS Auguste (1705), A 54-gun French ship captured by the British in 1705
  • Auguste (ship), which struck Cape Breton Island, Canada in 1761
  • French ship Auguste, ship of the French Navy, launched in 1778
  • Auguste (clown), type of clown
  • Auguste Island, an Antarctic island in Gerlache Strait
  • Auguste (restaurant), Michelin starred restaurant in Maarssen, Netherlands
People with surname Auguste
  • Arsène Auguste (b. 1951), Haitian footballer
  • Donna Auguste (b. 1958), African-American businesswoman
  • Georges Auguste (b. 1933), Haitian painter
  • Henri Auguste (1759–1816), Pariaian gold and silversmith
  • Joyce Auguste, Saint Lucian musician
  • Jules Robert Auguste (1789–1850), French painter
  • Leroy Auguste (b. 1983), former American fiootballer
  • Robert Joseph Auguste. (c.1723-1805), Parisian silversmith
  • Tancrède Auguste (1856–1913), President of Haiti (1912–13)
People with first name Auguste
  • Georges Auguste Escoffier (1846–1935), French chef, restaurateur and culinary writer
  • Auguste Metz (1812–1854), Luxembourgian entrepreneur
  • Auguste Léopold Protet (1808–1862), French Navy admiral
  • Auguste Piccard (1884–1962), Swiss physicist, inventor, and explorer
  • Pierre-Auguste Renoir (1841-1919), French artist
  • Auguste Rodin (1840–1917), French sculptor
  • Auguste Tessier (1853–1938), Quebec lawyer and political figure
  • Auguste von Müller (1849–1912), German operatic mezzo-soprano and actress

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Auguste, Baron Lambermont
... Auguste, Baron Lambermont (25 March 1819, Dion-le-Val, Brabant - 7 March 1905), was a Belgian statesman ...
Auguste Clésinger
... Auguste Clésinger (Jean-Baptiste Auguste Clésinger 22 October 1814 – 5 January 1883) was a 19th-century French sculptor and painter ...
Auguste Veillon
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Auguste Achintre
... Auguste Achintre (19 March 1834 – 25 June 1886), baptized Joseph-Frédéric-Auguste, was a French-born Canadian journalist and essayist ...
Maison D'Auguste Comte
... The Maison d'Auguste Comte, also known as the Musée Auguste Comte, is a private museum and archive dedicated to positivist philosopher Auguste Comte (1798–1857) ... It is maintained by the Association internationale Auguste Comte, located in the 6th arrondissement at 10, rue Monsieur-le-Prince, Paris, France, and open Wednesday ...