Celle, Pierre De
Celle, Pierre de a French prelate of the 12th century, was born in Champagne, and studied at Paris, in the convent of St. Martin-des-Champs. He was made abbé of La Ceile about 1150, and of St. Remi, art Rheims, in 1162. His piety, science, lively spirit, good; judgment, and' zeal gave him the friendship of the greatest men of the Church. He succeeded John of Salisbury as bishop of Chartres in 1180, and occupied that see until his death in 1187. Among his writings may be cited, Mosaici Tabernaculi Mystica Expositio (Paris, 1600, 4to): —De Conscientia, etc. See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Générale, s.v.