Dupreau (Lat Prateolus), Gabriel
Dupreau (Lat. Prateolus), Gabriel a French theologian, was born at Marcoussis in 1511. He taught theology at the College of Navarre, and distinguished himself by the zeal with which he opposed the doctrines of Luther and Calvin. He died at Peronne, April 19, 1588, leaving, Du Devoir d'un Capitaine, translated from the Latin of Claude Cotereau (Poitiers, 1547): — De la Puissance et Sapience de Dieu, etc., translated from the Greek (Paris, 1557): — Des Faux Prophetes (ibid. 1564):-La Synagogue e l'Antechrist (ibid. eod.): — and especially De Sectis Haereticorum (bid. 1569), with others, for which see Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.