University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology
Object Number: 29-223-98
Current Location: Collections storage
Culture:French
Provenience: France
Manufacture Location: France
Maker: DuVivier
Period: First French Republic
Date Made: 1798
Early Date: 1798
Late Date: 1798
Section:Mediterranean
Materials:Bronze
Iconography:Male Portrait
Victory
Athena
Inscription
Thickness: 0.4cm
Outside Diameter:5.7cm
Credit Line:Bequest of Maxwell Sommerville, 1904
Other Number52A - Other Number

Description

OBV: profile (male) of Napoleon Bonaparte and inscription: Bonaparte Gen.al en Chef de l'Armee Franc.se en Italie. Offert a l'Institut Nation Par B. Duvivier a Paris Maker: DuVivier REV: Napoleon riding his horse, followed by a flying victory, led by two women: one is Athena, the other holds a mirror and a snake; inscription: Les Sciences et les Arts Reconnaissants. Paix Signee l'An 6. Rep. Fr.


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