Carles, Lancelot De
Carles, Lancelot de a French prelate, was born at Bordeaux in the beginning of the 16th century. He was appointed bishop of Riez on his return from Rome, where Henry II had sent him, and he was intimately connected with the chancellor of the hospital, Ronsard, and with Joachim of Bellay. He died at Paris about 1570, leaving Epzitre Contenant le Proces Criminel fait a
l'Encontre de la Reine Boullan d'Angleterre (Lyons, 1545): —Paraphruse en Vers. Frianais de l'Ecclsiaste de Salomon (1561): —a translation of Homer's Odyssey is also attributed to him. See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Géneralé, s.v.