Maldonatus, Joannes (2)
Maldonatus, Joannes (2), a Spanish Jesuit, who, according to Aubertus Miraeus, was a priest of Burgos, and is stated by Zeller to have ordered the lessons of the Roman Breviary, flourished about the middle of the 16th century. In 1549 he published a treatise, De Senectute Christiana, and an elegant abridgment of the lives of the saints. — Kitto, Cyclop. Bibl. Lit. vol. 3, s.v.