Henriquez, Crisostomo a Spanish historian, was born at Madrid in 1594. At the age of thirteen he entered the order of the Cistercians, and afterwards he taught philosophy, theology, and history in various colleges of his community. In 1622 he was sent into the Netherlands, where the archduke Albert received him very kindly. He died at Louvain, December 23, 1632, leaving more than forty works, for which see Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.