Marconville or Marcouville, Jean De
Marconville Or Marcouville, Jean De a French writer of note, who flourished in the second half of the 16th century at Paris, is the author of several works of interest to the theological student. Among them the following deserve special mention: L'oriqine des temples des Juifs, Chretiens, et Gentiles (Paris, 1563, 8vo): — La diversites des opinions de l'homme (1563, 8vo): — Chretien avertissement aux refroidis et ecartes de la vraie et ancienne Eglise Catholique (1571, 8vo), a work in which Marconville, though displaying great attachment to the Roman Catholic Church, condemns her conduct towards the Protestants. See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, 32:509.