Arcimboldi,-Antonello a Milanese ecclesiastic, was son of Giovanni Angelo, archbishop of Milan. He studied law at Pavia in 1556; and, among other ecclesiastical functions, he performed those of apostolic prothonotary. Philip II, king of Spain, conferred on him, in 1567, the honor of senator of Milan, and he became, under the title di l'Avertito, member of the Academy of the Affidati. He was versed in the Greek language. His death occurred in 1578. From him we have the following translations: D. Basilii Magni Homilice Octo Antonello Arcimboldo vertente (Milan, 1573):-D. Basilii Magni de Vera et Incorrupta Virginitate Liber A. A'. Interprete (ibid. eod.):-D. Basilii Magni de Gratiarum Actione Liberae Greco in Latinum translatus (ibid.):-Gregorii Nazianzeni Homilie IV, e .Grceco in Latinum transtulit A. A. Argellati and others attribute to him a translation of certain fragments of St. Chrysostom. Picinelli believes him to be the author of Catalogo degli Eretici, published under the name of Arcimboldi, archbishop of Milan. See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.