LUCAS

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LUCAS
Bosdenus, Carmelita, scripsit vatia, in Philosophia et Theologia Sch9lislica. Baleus, Gesner.
II.
LUCAS
Fruterus, Brugensis, laudatus Miraeo, et Val. Andreae, Bibl. Belg. Eius scripta, Verisimilum libri duo Versus Miscellanei, Iulii Severiani Symptomata Rhetorices ex Fruteri recensione. Mori turus Giphanio commendavit edendum Comm. in A. Gell. erudite scriptum, it Notas quasdam in Lucretium, qui tamen non optim`a fide cum amico egit. Obiit Parisiis, frigidae haustu, postquam pilae lusu incaluisset, A. C. 1566. Aet. vix 20. Ant. Teissier in Elogiis.
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LUCAS
Gauricus, Medicus Neapolitanus, mathematicus excellens, scriptis inclitus. Simler. in Bibl. Voss. de Math. Ioh. Antonid. Vander linden, de Scr. Med. ubi et alterius meminit.
IV.
LUCAS
Gernlerus, SS. Theol. Doctor et Professor, Eccl. Basiliensis Antistes, eruditione, pietate, facundiâ, dexteritate, zelo,
gratiâ, inclitus; Obiit Basileae, A. C. 1675. Aet. 49. Cuius Comis in Daniel. accuratissimus, alique propediem lucem D. d. videbunt. Pater Ioh. Henr. et Theodori, illius in min. Basilea, istius in Genevensi Eccl. Germanica verbi Administrorum fidelissimorum. Successit in utraque statione Pett. Werenfelsius, Theologus consummatus. Vide quoque Gernlerus.
V.
LUCAS
Grimaldus, Nobilis Genuensis, auctor plurium poematum, αὐτόχειρ, Nostradamus, de Posst. Provinc.
VI.
LUCAS
Holstenius, Praefectus Bibliothecae Vaticavae, scriptis celebris. Obiit haud pridem.
VII.
LUCAS
Iulianus, vide Iulianus.
VIII.
LUCAS
Lossius, Germ. in omni literatum genere plutima scripsit, Gesner. in Bibl. et Quenstedt. de Patr. doct.
IX.
LUCAS
Medicus Antiochenus, unus e 4. Eugangelistis. Antiochiâ oriundus, discip. S. Pauli, Euangeium circa A. C. 56. scripsisle videtur. Idem Acta Apostolorum Historiam An. 29. vel 30. ab A. C. 33. usque ad A. C. 63. quo Paulus primâ vice Romae captivus fuit, complexa divinitus actus consignavit. An martyrio coronatus sit, ignotatur; attigisle Annum Aet. 84. Hier. in Cat. habet. Vide Augustin. Ambros. Euseb. l. 3. c. 4. In huius Euangelium prodiêrunt: Agricolae Annot. Octav. Noribergae A. C. 1525. de Alliaco, Ambrosii Comm. Bonaventurae Expos. Octav. Venet. A. C. 1574. Brentii Comm. Bucerus. Chrysoltomi in varia loca. de Dieu Animadvers. Finchii Clavis S. Script. Gersonis in c. 1. Gomari Explic. locorum Select. Gualterus. Hofmeisteri Comm. Iahsonius in c. 1. et 2. Islebius. Iustiniani Sermones in c. 12. 13. et 14. Coloniae A. C. 1616. lamberti Comm. Mazronis in c. 1. v. 44. et seqq. Basileae A. C. 1498. Oranus. Otigenis Homilioe. Pelargi Meditat. Pricaei Annot. Octav. Paris. A. C. 1646. Sezselli Ethologioe. in c. 3. Prim. quatt. Mediolani A. C. 1521. Soarey. Socolavius. Szlvestranus. Steir. Stella. Stephani Novoe Glossoe. Fol. A. C. 1553. Timotheus in c. 2. v. 29. Gr. Lat. Titi Bostrensis Comm. Toletus. Victor Antioch. Wicelii in Cantica marioe, Yachar. et Simeonis. Winckelmanni Comm. ut et Zuccoli, Quart. Venet. A. C. 1619. Plutes dabit Elenchus Gul Crowaei. De Actis Apostolicis, ab codem Euangelista conscriptis, vide suo loco.
X.
LUCAS
Opilio, Anglus, laudatus Balaeo, in Catal. Script. Britann. Mai.
XI.
LUCAS
Osiander, scriptis, inrimis Epitome Cencutiatorum editâ, clarus. Lucas de Penna, IC. Siml.
XII.
LUCAS
Poetus, Mathematicus, scripsit de Mensuris et Ponderibus Groecis et Romanis; Varias lectiones. etc.
XIII.
LUCAS
Pragensis, Unionis Bohemicae Senior. Volumen Can ticorum e S. Bibliis, in usum Eccl. linguâ patriâ, accurato labore composuit, scriptis clarus, elegantiaeque templorum amator. Eius dictum fuit: Ecclesioe Fratrum non ab bostilibus persecutionibus, sed a neglecta disciplina perieulum esse metuendum. Obiit A. C. 1535. Aet. 70. cum praefuisset An 28. Ipsi successit Fr. Benedicuts, cui adiunctus est Ioh. Augusta, inter Seniortes clari. Vide Laet. Comp. Hist. Univ. Lucas Schroteisen, Siml. in Bibl. Gesn.
XIV.
LUCAS
Stenglius, Medicus: de cuius scriptis, vide Ioh. Antonid. Vadet Linden, de script. Med. Gesner.
XV.
LUCAS
Valerius, Geometra excell. scriptis inclitus, Voss. de Math.
XVI.
LUCAS
Wadingus, Franciscanus Hibertnus, Auctor Ann. sui ordinis, scriptorum, etc.
XVII.
LUCAS
cogn. Chrzsoberges, Patr. CP. post Chartitonem, A. C. 1149. Obiit A. C. 1166. Balsamo, in Comm. Nom. Phot. Item Abbas Montis Cornelii, prope Leodium, A. C. 1140. Scripsit Comm. in Canticum Cauticorum, s. potius Epitomen Apondi> quae Friburgi edita A. C. 1538. Hent. Gandav. et Trithem. in Catal. Gesner. in Bibl. Valerius Andt. Bibl. Belg. Item, dictus Tudensis, contra Valdenses scripsit, Sec. 13. Vasaeus in Chron. Hisp. c. 4. Voss. de Hist. Lat. l. 2
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LUCAS
de Tongern, pricus Histor. Belgii. Val Andr. Hist. Belg.

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