Pelte (Lat. Peltanus ), THEODORE ANTOINE DE, a Belgian theologian, was born in 1552 at Pelte, a department of Liege. He assumed the dress of a Jesuit, and taught Greek and Hebrew at Ingolstadt, then theology at Augsburg. He died in that city May 2, 1584. Besides different treatises of controversy, we have of his works. Paraphrasis et scholia in Proverbia S.lomnonis (Antw. 1606, 4to); and he translated from the Greek into Latin Coticilii Ephesinii prinmi acta (Ingolstadt, 1576, eol.): — Gracorumn xviii Patrsum- homiliae in prcecipua festa (ibid. 1579, 8ro): — the Commentaires of Andre of Caesarea, of Victor of Antioch, etc. See Foppens, Bibl. Belgica; Kobold, Lexicon.