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Marie Antoinette with her children and Madame Élisabeth, when the mob broke into the Tuileries Palace on 20 June 1792. — argentinaindependent.com

Part 2 of this article about historical sites of the French Revolution in 1789 covers the remaining sites to complete this fascinating tour!

A political cartoon reflecting the French society in the 18th century portraying the Third Estate squished by the First and Second Estate

A political cartoon reflecting the French society in the century portraying the Third Estate squished by the First and Second Estate

A wooden tumbril carries prisoners from their jails to the scaffold.  French Revolution.

A wooden tumbril carries prisoners from their jails to the scaffold - French Revolution

Marie Antoinette with her two sons, Louis-Joseph and Louis-Charles.

Marie Antoinette with her two sons, Louis-Joseph and Louis-Charles. Please choose vegan

The arrest of Robespierre

Gendarme Merda shooting at Robespierre during the night of the 9 Thermidor.

Marie-Antoinette - Initially charmed by her personality and beauty, the French people generally came to dislike her, accusing "L'Autrichienne" (meaning the Austrian (woman) in French) of being profligate, promiscuous, and of harboring sympathies for France's enemies, particularly Austria, her country of origin.

I'm inclined to the dress ~ highly artistic dress (white) and hairstyle (solidly different from this one) ~ 🐐

Sans culottes: essentially a group of working class men who supported the revolution; wore trousers instead of knee breeches to distinguish themselves from the nobility and more affluent

French cartoon depicting typical dress of the "sans-culottes." Sans-culottes were the left wing radicals that consisted of mainly lower class peasants.

Credit: Characters of the French Revolution (gouache on paper), Lesueur Brothers, (18th century) / Musee de la Ville de Paris, Musee Carnavalet, Paris, France / Giraudon / The Bridgeman Art Library

Credit: Characters of the French Revolution (gouache on paper), Lesueur Brothers, (18th century) / Musee de la Ville de Paris, Musee Carnavalet, Paris, France / Giraudon / The Bridgeman Art Library

Only the biblical gospel of justification by grace alone through faith alone in Christ alone, apart from all our works—and that doctrine not merely as a formal position, but as a moment-by-moment resource deep in the heart—can save us from our self-invented rituals of substitutionary atonement. Gospel doctrine, gospel culture!

Titillating Tidbits About the Life and Times of Marie Antoinette: The Death of Louis XVI

Detail of The Last Parting of Marie Antoinette and her Son by Edward Matthew Ward.

tiny-librarian: “Detail of “The Last Parting of Marie Antoinette and her Son” by Edward Matthew Ward.

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