Chantelou (Lat Cantalupus), Claude

Chantelou (Lat. Cantalupus), Claude a French Benedictine, was born at Vion, in Anjou, in 1617. He entered as a novice at Fontevrault, but in 1640 took the vows at St. Louis of Toulouse, a monastery of the congregation of St. Maur. He went later to St. Germaindes-Pres, and was commissioned with revising some editions of the fathers. He died at Paris, Nov. 28, 1664, leaving, Regk de Saint Basile (1660, 8vo): Sermons de Saint-Bernard (1662, 4to). Claude Chantelou is believed to have been author of La Carte Benedictine, published in 1726, under the name of Frederic le Chevalier, and of the collection entitled Bibliotheca Patrum Ascetica (1661-64, 5s vols. 4to). He was also one of the collaborators of Luc d'Achery for the Spicilegium, and of Mabillo for the Acta. See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Générale, s.v.

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