Antelmi Joseph, a French ecclesiastical historian, was born at Frejus, July 25, 1648, and died June 21, 1697. He was canon of Frejmus, and first published a treatise entitled De Periculis Canonicorum. In 1680 he wrote a dissertation, De Initiis Ecclesice Forojuliensis, which he designed to extend. In 1684, by the aid of pere La Chaise, he obtained the position of grand-vicar and official with the bishop of Pamiers. In 1689 he published upon the works of St. Leo the Great and of St. Prosper certain sketches directed against Pasquier Quesnel, who had attributed works belonging to St. Prosper to St. Leo. Antelmi also wrote, De Etate Sancti Martini, Turonensis Episcopi, et quorundam ejus Gestorum Ordine, Anno Emortuali; necnon Sancto Briccio Successore, Epistola ad R. P. Anton. Pagium (Parisiis, 1693): — De Sanefce Maximae Virginis Callidiani in Forojuliensi Dicecesi Cultu et Patria Epistola ad Virum Cl. Danielemr Papebrochium (printed in the collection of Bollandus): — De Translatione Corporis Sancti Auxilii Epistola ad Virun' Cl. Ludovicum .Thomassinum ide fazange; Assertio pro Unico Sancto Eucherio. Lugdunensi. Episcopo, Opus Posthumum; accessit Concilium Regiense sub Rostagno Metropolitano Aquensi Anni 1285; nunc primum prodit integrum, et notis illustratum, Opera Caroli Antelmi, designati Episcopi Grassensis, Prepositi Forojuliensis (ibid. 1726). See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.