Graveson, Ignace Hyacinthe Amat De

Graveson, Ignace Hyacinthe Amat De a French theologian, was. born at Graveson, near Avignon, July 13, 1670. HIe joined the order of the Dominicans at the Convent of Aries at the age of sixteen, and studied theology at the College of St. Jacqlles, at Paris. He was made doctor in the Sorbonne, taught in the convent at Aries, went to Rome, refused the first chair in theology in the University of Turin, and returned to Arles, where he died, July 26, 1733. His works have been collected under the title of Opera Omnia (Venice, 1740). See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.

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