Corio, Haymo an Italian theologian and moralist, a native of Milan, became famous as a preacher, and was appointed consulter to the inquisition by Clement IX. Several times he was offered a bishopric, but declined. He died September 17, 1679, leaving, Epitome Decretorum Conciliorum S. Mediolabnensis Ecclesice (Milan, 1640): — Manuale Regularis Disciplinae (ibid. 1659): — Concordantiae Morales in Exodum (ibid. 1655): — Promptuarium Episcoporum (ibid. 1668): — Concordantiae Morales in Genesin (ibid. 1671): — In Leviticum (ibid. 1677): — In Deuteronomium (ibid. 1681): — Vitae Sanctorum Haymonis et Vermundi de Coriis (ibid.). See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.