Champagny, Francois, Count De

Champagny, Francois, Count De a French writer, was born at Vienna, Sept. 10,1804, and was the second son of the duke of Cadore, the minister of Napoleon I. He took an active part in the issue of the Ami de la Religion and the Corresponant, and was one of the founders of the Revue Contemporains. In 1869 he was elected a member of the French Academy, and died May 4, 1882. His most important works are, L'Histoire des Cesars (4 vols. 1841-43; 2d ed. 1853): —Les Antonins (3 vols. 1863; 2d ed. 1866): — and Les Cesars du III Siecle (3 vols. 1870). (B. P.)

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