Calame, Romain a French chronologist of the congregation of St. Vannes, was a native of Morteau, in Franche-Comtd. He entered the order at the abbey of St. Evre de Toul, June 3, 1644; taught philosophy, belles-lettres, and theology in several convents; and died at Fontaine, near Lexeuil, Sept. 4,1707, leaving a number of historical and other works, for which see Hoefer. Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.