Cassius, Bartholomaeusa A Dalmatian theologian and grammarian, of the Jesuit order, was born in 1575. After having been missionary in the Levant, he became successively provincial at Ragusa and apostolic penitentiary at Rome. He died Sept. 28, 1650, leaving Institutiones Linguce Illyricae (Rome, 1604, 8vo). Cassius also wrote, Spiritual Songs, in the Dalmatian language (1.624, 8vo): — translations of the Roman Ritual (1640, 4to), and of the Missal (1641, fl.). His other works, which are in Latin, are ascetic, and of no interest. See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Géneralé, s.v.