Aimerich, Mateo

Aimerich, Mateo, a Spanish Jesuit, was born in 1715 at Bordil, in the diocese of Girone. While young he entered the Order of St. Ignatius, and after the expulsion of the Jesuits from Spain he retired to Ferrara, where he died in 1799. Among other theological works; he wrote, Nomina et Acta Episcoporum Bareinonensium (Barcelona, 1760): -Quinti Moderati Censorini de.. Vita et Morte Linguae Latince Paradoxa Philologica, Criticis Nonnullis Dissertationibus Exposita, Asserta et Probata (Ferrara, 1780):-Relatione

Autentica dell' Accaduto in Parnasso (ibid. 1782). This is in defence of the preceding work:- Specimen Veteris Romance Litteraturce Deperditce vel adhuc Latentis (ibid. 1784) :-Novum Lexicon Historicum et Criticum Antiquce Romance Litteraturce Deperditce vel Latentis, etc. (Bassano, 1787). See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.

 
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