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(To be continued.) --For the Monthly Magazine. INTRODUCTio N to the study of ARcH Lology, or the knowle DG E of ANTIQUE Mon U M ENTs. From the FR ENCH of A. L. M1L Li N, conse Rvator of the Museum of antiqui. Ties in PAR is, &c. &c. [Continued from page 138, No. 111.1 Division of Archéology. This study may be comprehended un. der two principal heads or divisions : First, The knowledge of the customs and usages of the ancients ; And, Secondly, that of the monuments of antiquity. The customs and usages of the ancients are to be divided into three classes, namely, the religious usages, the civil usages, and the military usages. The usages of the ancients are explained by the monuments ; and the employment of the different monuments is, as well as the objects they represent, to be known by an attentive perusal, of the historians, orators, and poets inore particularly. The branch of archeology which treats of the explanation of the monuments is, for that reason, entitled archeography.

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