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Jean may refer to:
- Jean-Jacques Blaise d'Abbadie (1726 – 1765), governor of Louisiana from 1763 to his death.
- Jean-Baptiste Bernadotte (1763 – 1844), an officer of the French Army and King of Sweden.
- Jean-François Brunet, an employee of Abstergo Industries.
- Jean Burnel (unknown – 1789), an initiate of Parisian Rite of the Templar Order.
- Jean-Jacques Calvert (unknown – 1789), a member of the Parisian Rite of the Templar Order.
- Jean-Baptiste du Casse (1646 – 1715), a French buccaneer, admiral and colonial administrator.
- Jean-Dominique Cassini (1748 – 1845), an astronomer.
- Jean-François Champollion, a philologist and orientalist known for deciphering the Rosetta Stone.
- Jean-Jacques Dessalines (1758 – 1806), a leader of the Haitian Revolution and Emperor of Haiti from 1804 to his death.
- Jean-Baptiste Dossonville, a gendarme during the French Revolution.
- Jean l'Ecorcheur (unknown – 1561), the French name of the German butcher Johannes Metzger.
- Jean Gilbert, a gendarme and Templar plant responsible for foiling Marie Antoinette's escape attempt in 1793.
- Jean Haccoude (c. 1320 – 1394), the French name of the English condottiero John Hawkwood.
- Jean Henri Latude (1725 – 1805), a memoirist famous for escaping the Bastille and Vincennes numerous times.
- Jean-Paul Marat (1743 – 1793), a leading member of the Jacobin Club during the French Revolution.
- Jean-David Nau (c. 1635 – c. 1668), the real name of the pirate François l'Olonnais.
- Jean-François Papillon (unknown – 1805), a leader of the Haitian Revolution and member of the Haitian Brotherhood of Assassins.
- Jean-Baptiste Rotondo (c. 1750 – c. 1795), an Italian swindler and double-dealer.
- Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1712 – 1778), a Genevan philosopher.
- Jean-Lambert Tallien (1767 – 1820), a politician during the French Revolution.
- Jean-Louis Villatte, a mulatto general during the Haitian Revolution and member of the Templar Order.