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Marie Antoinette was the Queen of France, along with Louis XVI, a Lucian, who was the King of France, and Marie Antoinette's husband. Antoinette was a Lucian. She was born in 1755, and her death was being executed by guillotine (in 1793), almost one year after Louis XVI's execution. She is famous for saying Let them eat cake, or in French: Qui'l mangent de la broiche. She was also the messenger between her childhood Austrian friend, Wolfgang A. Mozart, and her friend during her time in France, Benjamin Franklin. This could mean that she and Franklin had ties with the Janus or that they both betrayed the Lucians.

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