Paccori, Ambroise a French theologian, was born at Ceaulce in 1649, of very humble parentage. Ambitious as a youth, he made his way to collegiate training in the high school of his native place, and he finally became its director. In 1706 he removed to Paris, and gave himself to authorship. He died at Paris Feb. 12, 1730. He wrote a large number of works, principally on practical religion and education. A list of his principal works is given in Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.