Rampen, Henri a Belgian divine, was born at Hui, Nov. 18, 1572. Studied successively at Colognes Mayence, and Louvain, and taught Greek and philosophy at the college in Lys. From 1620 to 1637 he taught exegesis of the Scriptures at the university, of which he was several times rector. He finally entered the practical work of the ministry, and secured a canonicate at Breda, but did not like this work, and returned to pedagogy as rector at St. Anne College. He died March 4, 1641. He published Commentarius in Quatuor Evangelica (Lond. 1631-34, 3 vols. 4to). — Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.