François de Camps
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François de Camps (1643–1723), who was made abbé of Signy after his nomination to the Bishopric of Pamiers had been vetoed in Rome, was an antiquarian of Amiens whose dissertations on medals were published in the Paris Mercuries of 1719–1723.
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