Olivieri, Augustin a Genoese prelate, was born in Genoa in 1758. He entered the Mere-de- Dieu and taught philosophy at Naples. King Ferdinand I confided to him the education of his son (afterwards Francis I). Olivieri followed the Bourbons to Sicily, and attached himself to their fortune. He was rewarded, upon their restoration, by the bishopric in partibus of Arethusa. He died at Naples June 10, 1834. We have of his works, Filosofia norale, ossia li doveri dell' uomo (Genoa, 1828, 2 vols. 12mo). See Votizie Romane; L'Ami de la Religion, ann. 1834.