Dausque (or Dausquey; Lat. Dausquius), a French scholar, was born at St. Omer, December 5, 1566. He joined the Jesuits, but left them in 1610, arid became canon of Tournany. He died about 1636, leaving, among other works, Basilii, Seleuciensis Episcopi, Homiliae (Heidelberg, 1604; transl. from the Greek, with notes): — Scutum Duplex, etc. (Douay, 1610): — Sancti Pauli Sanctitudo (Paris, 1627): — Sancti Josephi Sanctificatio extra Uterum (Lyons, 1671). See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.