Bane, Claudius De
Bane, Claudius de a French theologian, was first brought before the public in the religious reformation. He embraced Catholicism, and then became counsellor of the presidial of Nimes, whose functions he perfortmed for more than forty years. He died in 1658. He wrote L'Ecriture-Abandonnee par les Ministres de la Religion Pretendue Reforme, a posthumous work published in 1658. See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.