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Les Incoyables, the counter-culture during the revolution

Village Antiques: Les Incroyables by Carle Vernet - Antique Fashion Engraving

Cocarde tricolore pour chapeau, tissée en fils d’argent. En l’état. Période Révolutionnaire. Diam.: 7 cm. Vendu à l'Hôtel des ventes de Toulon

Tri-colored cockade was a revolutionary symbol that displayed the french colors. Revolutionaries would wear these to symbolize what they believed.

Bonnet Rouge - the red cap of liberty. Most visible symbol of the Revolution and the costume of the sans culottes.

The Bonnet Rouge/Phrygian hat was a soft woolen peasants cap. It was worn in ancient Greece/Rome as a symbol of freedom. It was symbolic for the end of apprenticeship

Stripes worn in support of the French Revolution 1789.

Stripes worn in support of the French Revolution by female sans-culotte

Marie Antoinette As A Hog-Chewing Harpy And More Freaky Pics From The French Revolution THE NEWLY LAUNCHED FRENCH REVOLUTION DIGITAL ARCHIVE...

Marie Antoinette As A Hog-Chewing Harpy And More Freaky Pics From The French Revolution

A newly launched French Revolution Digital Archive has over images available to the public. Get ready for a truly bizarre ride.

François Athanase Charette de La Contrie par Alfred de Chasteignier, 1819.

François Athanase Charette de La Contrie par Alfred de Chasteignier, 1819.

The tri colored cockade was a well respected symbol among the people in France. The revolutionaries wore it with pride as it stood for the ideals that they wanted to see in France and the triumph in the French Revolution.

This is an example of a trip-colored cockade. A trip-colored cockade was made of gathered ribbon. It was worn as a symbol of freedom.

la tactique militaire française sous la révolution

la tactique militaire française sous la révolution

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