Marie Antoinette (November 2, 1755 - October 16, 1793) was a female Human from France on Earth in the 18th century. She was the Queen of France prior to the revolution in that nation, and after the overthrow of the monarchy, was beheaded at the Place de la Concorde in 1793.

Federation President Nanietta Bacco noted Antoinette's role in making the Champs-Élysées the most fashionable avenue in Paris, and also the fact that she had been executed by the guillotine on the very site where the Palais de la Concorde would later stand. (ST novel: Articles of the Federation)

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