Marat may refer to:

  • Jean-Paul Marat (1743–1793), Swiss-born scientist and physician and noted character of the French Revolution
  • Allan Marat, Papua New Guinean politician
  • Marat (name) for discussion of the given name
Art and culture
  • Marat/Sade, a 1963 play by Peter Weiss
  • Marat/Sade (film), a 1967 film adaptation of the play by Adrian Mitchell
  • The Death of Marat, a 1793 painting
  • Il piccolo Marat, an opera
  • Marat, Puy-de-Dôme, a commune of the Puy-de-Dôme département in France
  • The Soviet battleship Marat, originally the Russian battleship Petropavlovsk (1911)
  • HMS Belleisle (1795), formerly the French ship Marat (1794)

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List Of Sunken Battleships - List of Sunken Battleships - Scuttled and Later Salvaged - Petropavlovsk - Later Marat
... After the Revolution of 1917 renamed Marat after the French revolutionary leader Jean-Paul Marat, the ship served in the Soviet Baltic during the World ...
The Death Of Marat
... The Death of Marat (French La Mort de Marat or Marat Assassiné) is a painting by Jacques-Louis David of the murdered French revolutionary leader Jean-Paul ... Painted in the months after Marat's murder, it has been described by T ...
Marat/Sade (film)
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L'Ami Du Peuple - Changes During Marat's Time in National Convention
... On September 9, 1792, Marat was elected to the National Convention ... of the Convention to be at the same time legislators and journalists in response, Marat changed the name of his journal again—this time to Publiciste de la Revolution francaise—claiming to ...