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L'enjambee imperiale

L'enjambee imperiale

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Print shows Catherine II, Empress of Russia, bare-breasted, holding a scepter and sphere, taking a large step from a piece of land on the right labeled "Russie" to a crescent moon atop a steeple or minaret labeled "Constantinople" on the left; below her are the rulers of France, Prussia, Sweden, Austria, Poland, Great Britain, and Spain, and Pope Pius VI, who are all looking up her dress and making comments.





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