(d. 1582). Prior, Carmelite monastery, Bourges; embraced ev. faith; fled to Basel, Leipzig, and Wittenberg 1541. Taught at Strasbourg, Bourges, and Heidelberg. Inclined more and more to Reformed view. One of the writers of the Heidelberg Cat.
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