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baronness of korf
the two are but one
idol overturned2
Louis Seize roi de France2.
equality
  Equality in classical pose.jpg - L'Egalité. Allegorical representation of a major principle of the Revolution. Feminine figure is dressed in classical garb suggesting the antiquity of the principle from 5th century Athens or Republican Rome, with sashes of the three colors of the Revolution: red, white, and blue. She holds the Declaration of Rights in one hand and the carpenter's balance in the other, symbol of equality. Anonymous color engraving.  
mortels are equal
Rousseau and the Revolution
burning of Pious
Rouget de Lisle sings la Marsseillaise
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L'Egalité. Allegorical representation of a major principle of the Revolution. Feminine figure is dressed in classical garb suggesting the antiquity of the principle from 5th century Athens or Republican Rome, with sashes of the three colors of the Revolution: red, white, and blue. She holds the Declaration of Rights in one hand and the carpenter's balance in the other, symbol of equality. Anonymous color engraving. Download
Caption: L'Egalité. Allegorical representation of a major principle of the Revolution. Feminine figure is dressed in classical garb suggesting the antiquity of the principle from 5th century Athens or Republican Rome, with sashes of the three colors of the Revolution: red, white, and blue. She holds the Declaration of Rights in one hand and the carpenter's balance in the other, symbol of equality. Anonymous color engraving.
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