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  • n. Plural form of Sansculottide.


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  • Because the twelve new months comprised 360 days, the remaining five days were declared festivals, or Sansculottides, all following the last day of


  • Add five (in leap years six) “Sansculottides” or “Jours complémentaires.”

    The Life of Napoleon I 01

  • There are 5 Sansculottides, and in leap-year a sixth, to be added at the end of Fructidor.

    The French Revolution

  • Church; but they instituted another set of holidays, the Sansculottides, one sacred to Genius, one to Industry, one to Opinion, and so on.

    Miscellaneous Writings and Speeches — Volume 4


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