Raderus, Matthew

, a learned Jesuit, was born at Inicbenhen, in the Tyrol, in 1561. He was educated among, and joined the society of the Jesuits in his twentieth year. After having, through a long life, borne the reputation of a man of piety and erudition, and an able teacher, he died December 22, 1634, in the seventy-fourth year of his age. He was author or editor of various works connected with his profession, and of some of classical criticism. Among these are the “Alexandrian Chronicle,1615, 4to “Bavaria Sancta,” Monac. 1615—27, 3 vols. folio, with plates bySadeler; “Bavaria Pia,” ibid, 1628, folio, with plates by the same an excellent edition of “Martial,” Mentz, 1627, folio, and another of “Quintus Curtius.1


Alegambe. —Moreri.