Costadau, Alphonse

Costadau, Alphonse a French writer, was born at Alans (Veliaissin). At the age of sixteen he became a Dominican monk of the congregation of the Holy Sacrament, and afterwards professor of philosophy and theology. He died at Lyons in 1726, leaving several works on witchcraft, etc., for which see Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generate, s.v.

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