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LouisXVI_Long_live_liberty_caricature
baronness of korf
the two are but one
idol overturned2
Louis Seize roi de France2.
  equality.jpg - Equality in classical dress with indicative symbols: the carpenter's balance, the globe (universal equal rights), and the tablet carrying, no doubt, the Rights of Man. The bared breasts suggest the nuturing functions of Revolution, just as the classical dress suggests the antiquity of equal rights.  
Equality in classical pose
mortels are equal
Rousseau and the Revolution
burning of Pious
Rouget de Lisle sings la Marsseillaise

Equality in classical dress with indicative symbols: the carpenter's balance, the globe (universal equal rights), and the tablet carrying, no doubt, the Rights of Man. The bared breasts suggest the nuturing functions of Revolution, just as the classical dress suggests the antiquity of equal rights. Download
Caption: Equality in classical dress.
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