Curti, Pietro an Italian Hebraist of the Jesuit order, who was born in Rome in 1711, and died there April 4, 1762, was regarded as one of the best metaphysicians of his time. He taught Hebrew in the Roman College, and published several dissertations on difficult passages of Scripture, especially Christus Sacerdos (Rome, 1751): — Sol Stans (ibid. 1754): — Sol Retrogradus (ibid. 1756). See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.