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,[1] was an antiquarian of Amiens whose dissertations on medals were published in the Paris Mercuries of 1719–1723.[2]

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  1. ^ Dictionnaire de Port-Royal au XVIIe siècle, s.v.
  2. ^ George Crabb, Universal historical dictionary, enlarged edn, 2 vols (London: Baldwin and Cradock, and J. Dowding, 1833), I, s.v.