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Biografía del conde de Mirabeau

Biografía del conde de Mirabeau

Engraving (by C.H. Barbant, 1800s) shows French revolutionary Georges Jacques Danton (1759 - 1794) (center) as he defiantly looks over the crowd as he climbs the steps to his execution by guillotine for conspiracy to overthrow the government during the French Revolution, Paris, France, April 5, 1794. He is watched by fellow condemned prisoner Camille Desmoulins (1760 - 1794) (born Lucie Simplice Camille Benoist Desmoulins) (left) and a number of armed soldiers.

After the execution of Louis XVI a vacuum opened up at the heart of French revolution. Parties who had once been united in opposition to the monarchy and the Ancien Régime splintered into different…

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King of the Franks, Charlemagne - aka Charles the Great (Carolus or Karolus) or Charles I, became the first Holy Roman Emperor (died January

Maximilien Robespierre, drawing by Baron François Pascal Gerard

Maximilien Robespierre, drawing by Baron François Pascal Gerard, with description of colours of costume: Coat is nankeen yellow and green stripes, waistcoat blue and white stripes, cravat red and white stripes…

Equality of Ranks (Classes). "Strength." Nouvelles cartes de la Republique française. Plus de rois de dames de valets; le génie, la liberté, l'égalité les remplacent: la loi seule est au dessus d'eux (Paris: U. Jaume et J.D. Dugourc, 1793-1794).

French Revolution playing card issued Jack of Spades becomes "Equality of Classes" with the motto "Strength"

Gracchus Babeuf. He was 29 in 1789 and guillotined in 1797. He prefigured utopian socialism and communism. “Society must be made to operate in such a way that it eradicates once and for all the desire of a man to become richer, or wiser, or more powerful than others.”

François-Noël Babeuf, known as Gracchus Babeuf, was a French political agitator and journalist of the French Revolutionary period.

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Lazare Nicolas Carnot (né le 13 mai 1753 à Nolay - mort à Magdebourg le 2 août 1823) - Général de division - grand-père du président Sadi Carnot - gravé par Charon d'après Martinet et publié chez Jean - MAS Estampes Anciennes - Antique Prints

Lazare Nicolas Carnot (né le 13 mai 1753 à Nolay - mort à Magdebourg le 2 août 1823) - Général de division - grand-père du président Sadi Carnot - gravé par Charon d'après Martinet et publié chez Jean - MAS Estampes Anciennes - Antique Prints

Anne-Louis Girdet - Portrait de Chateaubriand méditant sur les ruines - Huile sur toile, 130 × 96 cm - Circa 1808 - Musée d’Histoire de la Ville et du Pays Malouin, Saint-Malo artismirabilis.com www.artismirabilis.com/LYON/guides-conferenciers/fabrice-narbonnet.html www.artismirabilis.com/LYON/guides-conferenciers/martine-viallet-detraz.html www.artismirabilis.com/LYON/ex-libris/savoirs-partages.html www.artismirabilis.com/LYON/ex-libris/visites-virtuelles.html

Chateaubriand Meditating on the Ruins of Rome, 1808 - Anne-Louis Girodet de Roussy-Trioson

The Empress Eugenie in 1920, the year she passed away.

Anonym photo last Empress Eugénie in last year 1920

King of Navarre (as Henry III, 1572–89) and first Bourbon king of France (1589–1610), who, at the end of the Wars of Religion, abjured Protestantism and converted to Roman Catholicism (1593) in order to...

Henry IV: Henry IV, king of Navarre (as Henry III, and first Bourbon king of France who, at the end of the Wars of Religion, abjured Protestantism and converted

Georges Couthon Défenseur des pauvres 1755 - 1794

Abbe sieyes what is the third estate essay outline Abbe Sieyes What is the third estate? A broad outline of the background to the onset of the turmoils and a.

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Who's Who in Medieval History and the Renaissance Interesting Individuals from the Middle Ages

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