Barre, Louis Francois Joseph De La

Barre, Louis Francois Joseph de la an industrious French scholar, was born at Tournay, March 9, 1688. At Paris he met with Banduri, who had arm rived thither from Florence, and whom he assisted in' the preparation of the Imperium Orientale (2 vols. fol.), and his work on Medals (Recueil de Medailles des Empereurs). Afterward De la Barre published a new edition of the Spicilegium of Luc d'Achery (3 vols. fol. 1723), with corrections and notes. He also had a large share in the edition of Moreri's Dictionnaire Historique, published in 1725. He died in 1738. He was a member of the "Academy of Inscriptions."

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