Cseles, Martin a Hungarian theologian, was born at Rosenthal, January 23, 1641. He took holy orders in 1657, and afterwards went to Rome as pontifical penitentiary. Returning to his country, he was appointed provost of Raab and Presburg. During the civil troubles which broke out in Hungary he fell into the hands of the Rakotzki party, who held him prisoner for a year. He died at Patak, January 14, 1709, leaving, Educatio Historico-Chronologica de Episcopatu Transylvaniae: — Descriptio Amplitudinis Episcopatus Sirmiensis. See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.