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The public was given free accessibility on three days per week, which was "perceived as a major accomplishment and was generally appreciated".
In tribute, the museum was renamed the "Musée Napoléon" in 1803, and acquisitions were made of Spanish, Austrian, Dutch, and Italian works, either as spoils or through treaties such as the Treaty of Tolentino.
On 10 August 1792, Louis XVI was imprisoned and the royal collection in the Louvre became national property.
Because of fear of vandalism or theft, on 19 August, the National Assembly pronounced the museum's preparation as urgent.
At the end of Napoleon's First Italian Campaign in 1797, the Treaty of Campo Formio was signed with Count Philipp von Cobenzl of the Austrian Monarchy.
This treaty not only marked the completion of Napoleon's conquest of Italy, but also the end of the first phases of the French Revolutionary Wars.