SALMONIUS Macrinus

SALMONIUS Macrinus
Laudunensis, floruit saeculô praeteritô, discipulus Iacobi Fabri Stapulensis, praeter sublimium maxime rerum notitiam, in Latiuâ inprimis poesi inclaruit. Admotus educationi Claudii Corn. de Tende, et Honorati, filiorum Renati Sabaudi, Ticini mortui, postea Bellaiorum amicitiâ usus est. Scriptis
variis inclitus, obiit A. C. 1557. Pater duorum filiorum, quorum maior natu Cathatinae Borboniae, sororis Henrici IV. praeceptor, cum Admirali Colinio, in laniena Parisiensi, ob veram fidem, trueidatus est. Paul. Iovius, in elog. Scaevola Sammart. l. I. elog.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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