Bidermann, Jakob

Bidermann, Jakob a German theologian, was born at Tubingen, in Suabia. He entered the Jesuit order, and taught philosophy at Dillengen, and theology at Rome, where he died, Aug. 20, 1639. He wrote, Res a B. Ignatio, Societatis Jesu Parente, Gestce (Munich, 1612): — Narrationes Selectee ex Seneca, Gellio, Plinio (1622): — Herodiades, an epic poem upon the massacre of the innocents (Dillingen, 1622): — Prolusiones Theologicce Tres (ibid. 1624): — Agnosticon Libri Tres pro Miraculis (ibid. 1626): — Delicies Sacrcs (Lyons, 1636).: Aloysius, sive Dei Beneficia Meritis B. Aloysii Collata (Munich, 1640): — Comico-Tragedice Sacrce X (ibid. 1666, 2 pts.). See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.

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