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"You never write me; you don't love your own husband; you know what pleasures your letters give him, and yet you haven't written him six lines, dashed of so casually!"- Napoleon to Josephine

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Napoleon wrote letters to his brother about how he didn't feel motivated to be a great ruler anymore. This occurred after he discovered about Josephine being unfaithful to him.

Laurel Leaf from the Laurel Wreath Used at the Coronation of Napoleon I, Gold, Circa 1804, mounted in a box frame, Martin-Guillaume Biennais. Nationalmuseum

Laurel Leaf from the Laurel Wreath Used at the Coronation of Napoleon I, Gold, Circa mounted in a box frame, Martin-Guillaume Biennais.

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Cradle of Napoleon II, Duke of Reichstadt: a gift of the City of Paris to Napoleon I and Empress Marie Louise.

Josephine+Wife+of+Napoleon | Josephine Bonaparte (née Tascher de la Pagerie), 1st wife of Napoleon ...

Josephine Bonaparte (née Tascher de la Pagerie), first wife of Napoleon I/Artist: Pierre Jean David d'Angers (French, Angers Paris) Date: century Culture: French Medium: Bronze, cast Dimensions: Diameter: 7 in. cm) Classification: Medals and Plaquettes

Furnishing silk brocade, with devices of Napoleon III. Emerald green satin background to pattern of bees; monogram under crown.

Silk brocade with devices of Napoleon III, emerald green satin background, pattern of bees, monogram under crown

Antique General Napoleon SNUFF BOX Le General Buonaparte Bonaparte ca1804-1810

Antique General Napoleon SNUFF BOX Le General Buonaparte Bonaparte ca1804-1810

Note del generale Bonaparte

Note del generale Bonaparte

One of Napoleon's gold imperial eagle standards in the throne room at Fontainebleau Royal Palace in France

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Marie Antoinette's beauty routine set a positive example for the ladies at court. Traditionally women wore a white, lead-based, paste as foundation, and their lipstick contained arsenic. Some women went as far as to ingest this toxin to achieve an unnatural pallor. The Queen adopted a simple practice of applying lemon water and no additional makeup.

Marie Antoinette's beauty routine set a positive example for the ladies at court. Traditionally women wore a white, lead-based, paste as foundation, and their lipstick contained arsenic. Some women went as far as to ingest this toxin to achieve an unnatural pallor. The Queen adopted a simple practice of applying lemon water and no additional makeup.

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