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Q: What 1804 event changed the consulate accounts to the Napoleonic Empire?
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Napoleon ruled from 1799 to 1815. The consulate accounts for the years 1799 to 1804. The remaining year are called te Napoleonic empire. what 1804 event caused the change?

Napoleon crowned himself emperor.

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The Napoleonic Code.

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France reached it greatest extent in Europe during the First Napoleonic Empire.

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