I was interested to read about Napoleon’s death mask (Oxford Today, Trinity 2015). In the museum of Zugdidi, Georgia, they claim to have one of only three death masks of Napoleon, because Salome, daughter of David Dadiani, last prince of Mingrelia (Western Georgia) married Achille Murat, grandson of Marshal Murat and Napoleon’s sister Caroline. They also have 6,000 books of his, I believe. I’d be curious to know how and if this fits into Christopher Danziger’s story (particularly as the fifth edition of my Bradt Travel Guide to Georgia is being edited now). Perhaps it’s one of the ‘four, or possibly six’ casts taken from the prototype.