Clenard, Nicholas

, was a native of Diest, who, after teaching ethics at Louvaine, travelled into France, Spain, Portugal, and Africa, and died at Granada, 1542. He left some curious and scarce letters in Latin, concerning his travels, 1606, 8vo; a Greek grammar, which has been revised and corrected by several grammarians, and among others by Vossius, who published an edition of it at | Amsterdam, 1650, 8vo, a Hebrew grammar, Louvain, 1529, and other works. 1

1 Dict. Hist.Moreri, Autouio B.ibl. Hisp. —Melchior Adam.—Saxii Onomasticon.