Q. 64.3( 17 Votes )

What was the allegory of France called?

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Marianne was the allegory of France. She wore a red cap with a tricolor cockade. The image portrayed the ideas of Liberty, Justice, and Republic. Her statues were erected in public squares as a symbol of national unity and to persuade others to identify with it. Marianne images were also marked on coins and stamps.


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