Napoleon in Aachen by Henri-Paul Motte

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Isaac Toman Grief
by Henri-Paul Motte
published on 08 June 2021
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A painting (dated 1898) of a fictionalised event in which Napoleon (1769-1821) looks upon Charlemagne's imperial crown in Aachen, Germany, to symbolise the continuity between one European conqueror and another. Current location unknown.

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Motte, H. (2021, June 08). Napoleon in Aachen by Henri-Paul Motte. World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.worldhistory.org/image/14189/napoleon-in-aachen-by-henri-paul-motte/

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