Stuart, James; Revett, Nicholas
The antiquities of Athens (Band 1) — London, 1825

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his pursuits. « Canaux de la Blanche a Paris, pour ouvrir
deux'debouches a la mer, et faire do la captale une V,lie man-
time, suivant le voeu de l'Assemblee Nationale par J D. Le
Roy proiet public par Dupain-Triel pour servir d addition a
sa carte de la navigation interieure du Royaume_, 8vo 1791.

Le Roy died in 1803, much regretted by Ins friends for Ins ac-
quirements and private virtues. His pupils caused a medal to be
struck in his honour bearing his portrait, with a Doric column

OF A STOA OR PORTICO AT ATHENS.

on the reverse surmounted by the Owl of Minerva, accompanie 1
with an antique galley and a compass, with this inscription
" Vote par les Architectes ses Eleves", a tribute that must ex-
cite a regret, that a mind and talents which could command
much respect and homage should, in the haste to anticipate rival
artists, have ever been engaged in a work unproductive of per
manent reputation. See Chalmers' Biog. Diet. Biographie Uni.
verselle. Tome 24. [ed.1



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