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English: Tafelrunde
Third from the left, in the purple coat, is Voltaire; next to him in the red uniform Christoph Ludwig von Stille, then the king. The other guests are Giacomo Casanova, Jean-Baptiste Boyer d'Argens, La Mettrie, the Keiths (James Francis Edward Keith & George Keith, 10th Earl Marischal), Friedrich Rudolf von Rothenburg, and Francesco Algarotti.
Date 19th century
  1. MacDonogh, G. (1999) Frederick the Great, p. 200. New York: St. Martin's Griffin


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