Alle, Girolamo, an Italian friar, was a native of Bologna, and lived in the first half of the 17th century. He entered the Brotherhood of St. Jerome at Fiesola, taught theology at Bologna, and succeeded to the highest honors of his order. He studied literature, together with the ecclesiastical sciences. He distinguished himself as a preacher, and published his sermons, together with certain works of poetry, among others four representations, a species of sacred drama, which were printed successively at Bologna from 1641 to 1650. Another ethical work has its title, Il Concatenato Sconcatenamento de' Pensieri, Parole et Attioni Umane ch' e Letto e Practicato Concatena le Virti nell' Animo, e li Sconcatena i Vitii, etc. (Bologna, 1653). See Hoefer, Nouv, Biog. Generale, s.v.