Fonseca, Anthony De

, a learned Dominican of Lisbon, who studied at Paris, was admitted doctor of the Sorbonne in 1542. Returning to Portugal, he was appointed professor of divinity at Coimbra, and preacher to the king. He left “Remarks on cardinal Cajetan’s Commentaries on the Bible,Paris, 1539, fol.; “de Epidemia Febrili,” 4to, and other works. We find no account of the time of his death. 2