Jean Baptiste Broebes (or Proves)
architect; d. 1733.
In 1686 Broebes built the Alte Boerse in Bremen (Germany).
architect and engraver.
Daniel was probably a son of Jean Marot. He was a Protestant, and at the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes, October 22, 1685, took refuge in Holland and became architect to the Prince of Orange, later King William III of England. He went with William to England in 1688, and is supposed to have designed the gardens of the palace of Hampton Court. After the death of William, in 1702, Marot returned to Holland. He published Œuvres de Sieur Daniel Marot, architecte de Guillaume III de la Grande Bretagne, Amsterdam, 1712.