Menage, Matthieu a French theologian, was born about 1388, in Maine, near Angers. He studied at the University of Paris, and there received the degree of MA. in 1408, and was called to the chair of philosophy after 1413. The success he obtained caused him to be elected vice-chancellor in 1416, and rector of the university in 1417. He afterwards established himself at Angers, where he taught theology. In the year 1432 he was sent by the Church of Angers, with Guy of Versailles, to the Council of Basle, and'by the council to pope Eugene IV at Florence. He did not return to Basle until 1437. In 1441 he received the functions of a theologian. He died Nov. 16,1446. His biography has been written by Gilles Menage. See Hoefer, Nouv, Biog. Generale, s.v.