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Gravure Réalisée Sur Acier Par Frilley Originale D'après Scheffer. 10 Aout 1792, Histoire De France de Anquetil Norvins

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Charles le Chauve - CHARLES LE CHAUVE, 8) TOMBEAU, 9: Après le 10 aout 1792, la convention décida de faire fondre toutes les statues et monuments en bronze de la monarchie abolie. Les statues de bronze des tombeaux ainsi que les gisants en métaux furent enlevés et fondus au cours des journées de profanation des tombes de la basilique St-Denis Parmi ceux-ci, la tombe de Charles II disparut à tout jamais.

Carmagnole jacket (image 3) | French | 1790-1800 | wool, hemp | Palais Galliera | GAL 1987.2.1 | Worn by workers & members of the Convention, the name is from a popular Revolutionary song of 1792. The rounded ornament later became the French tricolor.

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The jacket known as the Carmagnole is said to have been worn during the French Revolution by the Sans-culottes, workers, tradesmen and a few members of the Convention. The name is taken from La Carmagnole, a Revolutionary song and dance that originated in the Marseille region. The song was composed in 1792, probably after the taking of the Tuileries palace on 10 August. Espoused by the Sans-culottes, the song, the dance and the jacket are  all associated with the radical working-class…

Alizée stylisme : Izabelle Annet make up : Simon Stromboli Prod : Continental Productions © Laurent Nivalle www.laurentnivalle.fr

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The jacket known as the Carmagnole is said to have been worn during the French Revolution by the Sans-culottes, workers, tradesmen and a few members of the Convention. The name is taken from La Carmagnole, a Revolutionary song and dance that originated in the Marseille region. The song was composed in 1792, probably after the taking of the Tuileries palace on 10 August. Espoused by the Sans-culottes, the song, the dance and the jacket are all associated with the radical working-class…

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The jacket known as the Carmagnole is said to have been worn during the French Revolution by the Sans-culottes, workers, tradesmen and a few members of the Convention. The name is taken from La Carmagnole, a Revolutionary song and dance that originated in the Marseille region. The song was composed in 1792, probably after the taking of the Tuileries palace on 10 August. Espoused by the Sans-culottes, the song, the dance and the jacket are all associated with the radical working-class…

The jacket known as the Carmagnole is said to have been worn during the French Revolution by the Sans-culottes, workers, tradesmen and a few members of the Convention. The name is taken from La Carmagnole, a Revolutionary song and dance that originated in the Marseille region. The song was composed in 1792, probably after the taking of the Tuileries palace on 10 August. Espoused by the Sans-culottes, the song, the dance and the jacket are all associated with the radical working-class…

Marie-Antoinette vers 1791 ; pastel de Kucharski.

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