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Il faut rendre à César ce qui est à César et a la nation ce qui est à la nation

Le vaisseau le Languedoc rematé en pleine mer ainsi que le Marseillois avec des mats d'hunes rejoints par tous les vaisseaux et les frégates de l'escadre, le vaisseau le César excepté; et faisant route le 17 Aoust 1778

Sculpture located in César Chávez Plaza in downtown Sacramento, California's capital city, on the site of the old city plaza

Fountain located in César Chávez Plaza in downtown Sacramento, California's capital city, on the site of the old city plaza

Fountain located in César Chávez Plaza in downtown Sacramento, California's capital city, on the site of the old city plaza

Sculpture located in César Chávez Plaza in downtown Sacramento, California's capital city, on the site of the old city plaza

Fountain located in César Chávez Plaza in downtown Sacramento, California's capital city, on the site of the old city plaza

Close up of sculpture located in César Chávez Plaza is a park in downtown Sacramento, California's capital city, on the site of the old city plaza

Close up of sculpture located in César Chávez Plaza is a park in downtown Sacramento, California's capital city, on the site of the old city plaza

Charles, (Jacques Alexandre César.) né Beaugency-sur-Loire, le 11 novembre 1746, élu en 1793 / Jul. Bailly, 1820.

Charles, (Jacques Alexandre César.) né Beaugency-sur-Loire, le 11 novembre 1746, élu en 1793 / Jul. Bailly, 1820.

[French balloonist Jacques Alexandre César Charles receiving a wreath from Apollo, while cherubs and an angel surround his balloon] / E.A. Tilly, sc. ; Nageon[?], inv. & del. 1788.

[French balloonist Jacques Alexandre César Charles receiving a wreath from Apollo, while cherubs and an angel surround his balloon] / E.A. Tilly, sc. ; Nageon[?], inv. & del. 1788.

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