Axonius, Joachim a theologian, jurist, and poet of Brabant, was preceptor of Philip of Lalaing, and travelled in Italy, Spain, Palestine, and Greece. He then retired to Antwerp, where he became an attache of the council of archdukes. - He died Aug. 25,1605. He wrote, De Libero Hominis Arbitrio:-De Ventorum Natura ex Aristotele aliisque Philosophis:-Maximi Planudis Oratio in Sepulchrun Christi (Dillingen, 1559):Dibat du Corps et de Ame, et Jugement de Dieu qui le Termine (a dialogue of the Greek philosopher Gregory Palamas, published at Lyons in Latin and at Paris in Greek), and other works. See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.