Roman Republic 1798-1799
The French version of the Roman Republic existed from 1798 until
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Roman Republic 509-27
Back to the year 1798.
When Was the
Roman Republic Established?
In the middle of the
French Revolutionary Wars, French troops marched into Rome
on February 10, 1798.
On February 15, 1798, the Roman
Republic was proclaimed.
Did the Roman Republic Overthrow?
Also known as the
Republic of Saint Peter,
the Church States,
States of the Church, Stati
Stati della Chiesa.
Pope Pius VI was the
one who had to deal with the switch.
Here's his realm before the French hit:
And here is the 1799 map. The Pope's dominion has disappeared.
When Was the
Roman Republic Dissolved?
The Roman Republic ceased to
exist on September 30, 1799, when the troops of Naples
marched into Rome, once again. The French had vacated the city on
September 19, 1799.
A new pope,
Pope Pius VII, was
appointed on March 14, 1800, and he had his States back
until 1808, when the French returned once more.
The French Roman
On November 26, 1798, a
Neapolitan army, led by
Karl Mack, entered Rome
The French, led by
were back a month later, on December 15, 1798. Going after
the enemy, Championnet took Naples on January 23, 1799.
Another reference map:
1798-1801 War of the Second Coalition
Governments of Rome.