Cellot, Louis a French theologian and historian, of the Jesuit order, was born at Paris in 1588. He was successively rector of the colleges of Rouen and of La Fleche, afterwards provincial. The society charged him with the defense of the privileges of the regulars against the rights of the pastors. He died in Paris. Oct. 12, 1658, leaving De Hierarchia et Hierarchieis (Rouen, 1641, fol.); a work censured by the Sorbonne, and put into the Index at Rome: — Horcem Subcisivce (Paris, 1648, 4to, which is a response to the treatise of Hallier, entitled De Hierarchia Ecclesiastica): — Historia Gothescalchi (ibid. 1655, fol.). See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Générale s.v.