A delicate pair of slippers that had been sitting unnoticed in a Scottish university's collection for more than a century may have actually belonged to Napoleon Bonaparte's sister, Princess Pauline Borghese, researchers say.

The narrow silk and leather shoes, which measured just 1.5 inches (40 millimeters) across the toes and about 4 inches (10.2 centimeters) long, were marked on the sole "Pauline Rome."

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