Coq (Lat Coquceus), Leonard

Coq (Lat. Coquceus), Leonard a French Augustinian monk, was a native of Orleans. He acted as professor of theology and ancient languages at Paris, Florence, and Rome; was confessor to the grand-duchess Christina of Florence; and died November 27, 1615, leaving, among other writings, Augustini de Civitate Dei cum Commentariis: Examen Praefationis Monitoriae Jacobi I Magnae Britannicae: Anti-Mornaeus, etc. See Jocher, Allgemeines Gelehrten- Lexikon, s.v. (B.P.)

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