Androtius Fulvius

Androtius Fulvius (Ital. Fulvio Androzzi), an Italian Jesuit, was born in 1523 at Monticolo, in Ancona. At the age of thirty-two he joined the Order of the Jesuits, and died as the head of the college at Ferrara, Aug. 27, 1575. He wrote, Della Frequenza della Communione (Brescia, 1618): — Dello Stato delle Vedove (ibid. 1614). His general writings were published by F. Adorno under the title Opere Spirituali (Milan, 1579). They were also published separately as Meditazione della Vita e delta Morte di Jes. Christ. (Brescia, 1618). They were translated into Latin, French, German, and Dutch. See Jocher, Algemeines Gelehrten-Lexikon, and Suppl. s.v.; Mazzuchelli, Scrittori d'ltalia; Alegambe, Bib. Script. Soc. Jesu. (B. P.)

 
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