Portalis, Jean-Étienne-Marie

(1746-1807)
   political figure, jurist
   Born in Le Beausset, Provence, Jean-Étienne-Marie Portalis was an attorney for the Parlement of Aix (1765). During the revolution of 1789, he was arrested under the terror. A member of the Council of Ancients, he served as its president in 1796. With others, he edited the Civil Code, and as director of cults under napoléon i, he negotiated the concordat of 1801, Napoléon's treaty with the Catholic Church, editing the Organic Articles that reinforced Gallican principles (see gallicanism). Portalis served again as minister of cults, from 1804 to 1807. He was elected to the Académie Française in 1803.

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