Bisciola, Laelius a learned Italian Jesuit, was born at Modena about 1545. In several of the colleges he taught Greek, theology, eloquence, and philosophy. He died at Milan, Nov. 10, 1629. He wrote, Horarum Subsecivarum; hoc est, Rerum in Omni Philologice Genere Excellentium (two volumes, of which the first. as published at Ingolstadt, 1611; the second at Cologne, 1618): — Observationum Sacrarum, lib. xii: — Digressionium in Evangelia Matthei et Joannis: — In Epistolas Pauli ad Romanos, Galatas et Iebrceos. He also published in Italian, under the name of his brother, PAUL BISCIOLA, two volumes of Christian and Moral Dissertations: — a Treatise on Comparisons and Similitudes, with some dissertations. See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.