Rader, Matthaeus

Rader, Matthaeus, a learned German Jesuit, was born at Jeichingen, in the Tyrol, in 1561. He flourished for a while as a teacher of rhetoric at Augsburg, then joined the order, and was engaged in various important missions for the Jesuits. He died at Munich in 1634. He published several editions of classical and ecclesiastical writers, and wrote, among others, Vita Camisii (1614): — Bavaria Sancta (1615): — Bavaria Pia (1628): —Viridiarium Sanctorum (1604-12).

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