Czenadius Paul according to Bock, was a Doctor of Medicine, and succeeded Valentine Radecius, as Rector of the Gymnasium of Clausenburg. His name has been sometimes incorrectly spelt Isanadius; and Mersennus has been supposed to allude to him in a letter to Ruarus, when he refers to a work "On the Providence of God," as written by one Synadius, a Transylvanian. But as the Christian names differ, Synadius being called John, and the subject of the present article Paul, the supposition is inadmissible. It appears, from Gittichius's Index, in which he is called Isanadius, that his secret designation was Odontius.(Vidend. Bock, Hist . Ant. T. I. p. 237. Ruari Epp. Cent . i. N. 58. ZeUneri Hist . Crypto-Socin. Altorf. pp. 155. 247; Supplem. p. 1230.)DidierLe Roux
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