Corranus (or De Corro), Antonius

Corranus (or De Corro), Antonius an Italian Protestant divine, was born at Seville, Spain, in 1527, and educated for the Roman Church, but went to England in 1570, and was admitted to the Anglican Church. In 1571 he was made reader in the Temple, London, and afterwards at St. Mary's and Hart Hall, Oxford, and finally prebendary in St. Paul's. He died in London in March, 1591, leaving several Latin works on language and practical religion, including notes on Canticles and Ecclesiastes.

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