Biver (or Bivero) Pedro De
Biver (Or Bivero) Pedro De a Spanish theologian, was born in Madrid in 1572. He entered the order of Jesuits, and was first professor of rhetoric, then of philosophy and theology. In 1616 he became teacher of the children Albert and Isabella, who governed the Netherlands, and resorted to Brussels with them. He died at Madrid, while rector of the college, April 26, 1656. He wrote, Emblemata in Psalmuim Miserere Sacrum Sanctuarium Crucis, et Patientia Crucifixorum et Crucigerorum, Emblemat. Inaginib. Ornatum, etc. (Antwerp, 1634): — Sacsum Oratoriumn Piarumn Inmaginum Inmmaculates Marice, etc.: — Ars Nova Bene Vivendi et Moriendi, Sacris Piarum Imaginum Emblematibus Figurata et Illustrata (ibid. 1634). See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.