Alard, Lambert a German historian, son of William, was born at Krempen in 1600. He first studied there and at Hamburg; went to Leipsic when nineteen, and entered upon a course of theology and political science. In 1624 he had acquired much reputation as a philosopher and poet; and, returning to Krempen, was made dean of the college. After holding this position for five years, the king of Denmark appointed him inspector of the schools at Brunswick and assessor of the Council of Meldorf. By order of the emperor he was, in 1643, created A.M., and was made a licentiate in dirinity by diploma. He died May 29,1672. His works are, Delicioe Afficoe (Leips. 1624, 12mo): — Heraclius Saxconicus (ibid. eod. 12mo): — Gracia in Nuce, seu Lexicon Novum Onmnium Grcecoe Linguae Primogeniarum (ibid. 1628, 1632,12mo): — Promptuarium Patholigicum Novi Testamenti (ibid. 1635, 1636, 12mo), and others.