Conrad (or Conrard), Olivier
Conrad (or Conrard), Olivier a French poet, a native of Gatinais, lived in 1546. He completed his studies at Paris, and took the habit of a Cordelier at Meung. He distinguished himself by his Latin verses; and so well did he imitate Faustus Andrelinus, that he was surnamed Faustulus. He wrote, Poesies Latines (Paris, 1530):
— Le Miroir des Pecheurs: — La Vie, Faits et Louanges de Saint-Paul (ibid. 1546). See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.; Biog. Universelle, s.v.