Catalog Record: Histoire des deux concordats de la République française et de la République cisalpine conclus en 1801 et 1803 entre Napoléon Bonaparte et le Saint-Siège-- suivie d'une relation de son couronnement comme empereur des français par Pie VII--d'après des documents inédits, extraits des archives secrètes du Vatican et de celles de France | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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Histoire des deux concordats de la République française et de la République cisalpine conclus en 1801 et 1803 entre Napoléon Bonaparte et le Saint-Siège-- suivie d'une relation de son couronnement comme empereur des français par Pie VII--d'après des documents inédits, extraits des archives secrètes du Vatican et de celles de France. Par Augustin Theiner...

Main Author: Theiner, Augustin, 1804-1874.
Language(s): French
Published: Bar-le-Duc, L. Guérin & cie; 1869.
Subjects: Napoleon > I, > Emperor of the French, > 1769-1821 > Coronation.
Catholic Church. > Treaties, etc. > France, > 1801 July 15.
Concordat of 1803.
Italy > History > 1789-1815
France > History > Consulate and First Empire, 1799-1815.
Note: "Pièces justificatives": p. [1]-342 at end of v. 2.
Physical Description: 2 v. 24 cm.
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