Napoléon Bonaparte

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Napoléon Bonaparte
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part ofNapoleon I of France and Josephine Sesa
sex or gendermale Sesa
country of citizenshipFrench First Republic, France Sesa
name in native languageNapoléon Bonaparte Sesa
birth nameNapulione Buonaparte, Napoleone di Buonaparte Sesa
given nameNapoléon Sesa
family nameBonaparte Sesa
date of birth15 Ɔsanaa 1769 Sesa
place of birthAjaccio Sesa
date of death5 Kotonimma 1821 Sesa
place of deathLongwood House Sesa
manner of deathnatural causes Sesa
cause of deathstomach cancer Sesa
place of burialCathédrale Saint-Louis-des-Invalides Sesa
fatherCarlo Bonaparte Sesa
motherMaria-Letizia Bonaparte Sesa
spouseJoséphine de Beauharnais, Marie Louise I, Duchess of Parma Sesa
childNapoleon II, Charles Léon, Alexandre Colonna-Walewski, Eugen Megerle von Mühlfeld Sesa
relativeCamillo Borghese, 6th Prince of Sulmona, Stéphanie de Beauharnais, Eugène de Beauharnais, Napoleon III Sesa
familyHouse of Bonaparte Sesa
native languageCorsican Sesa
languages spoken, written or signedFrench Sesa
writing languageFrench Sesa
position heldEmperor of the French Sesa
member ofFrench Academy of Sciences Sesa
educated atÉcole Militaire Sesa
residenceSaint Helena, Ajaccio, Paris, Elba Sesa
work period (start)1789 Sesa
work period (end)1821 Sesa
religion or worldviewCatholicism, deism Sesa
medical conditionepilepsy Sesa
participant inFrench Revolution Sesa
military rankbrigadier general Sesa
conflictNapoleonic Wars Sesa
archives atLouis Round Wilson Library, Defence Historical Service Sesa
significant eventcoup of 18 Brumaire, coronation of Napoleon I Sesa
present in workCivilization V Sesa
depicted byThe Emperor Napoleon in His Study at the Tuileries Sesa
mountVizir, Marengo, Q3204197 Sesa
has works in the collectionNational Museum of World Cultures, Wereldmuseum Rotterdam, Netherlands Photo Museum, Victoria and Albert Museum, Charents Museum of Literature and Arts Sesa
related categoryCategory:Cultural depictions of Napoleon Sesa
copyright status as a creatorcopyrights on works have expired Sesa

Napoléon Bonaparte (1770 – 1821) yε France amansɛm.