Keri, Francis Borgia
Keri, Francis Borgia, a learned Hungarian Jesuit, born in the beginning of the 18th century, in the county of Zemplin, Hungary, entered the Jesuitical order when yet very young, and became an instructor of philosophy and mathematics at Tyrnau. He died at Buda in 1769. Keri distinguished himself greatly as a historian, especially by his Imperatores Offomani a capta Constantinopoli (Tyrnau, 1749, 9 pts. folio). He wrote also Imperatores Orientis compendio exhibiti, e compluribus Graecis prcecipue scriptoribus, a Constantino Magno -ad Constantinum ultimum (Tyrnau, 1744, folio). See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Gener. 27:612; Horangi, Nova Memoria Hungarorum, ii, 332.