|Martin Delrio, Disquistiones Magicae (1599-1600)|
Gerard van Rivieren, Latinized Gerardus Rivius (active 1592–1625) was a printer in the Southern Netherlands. He was the publisher of Martin Delrio's famous witchcraft treatise Disquistiones Magicae and was at one time suspected of having printed Corona Regia, a satire on James I of England that caused diplomatic ructions. His printer's mark was a winged horse, and his motto "Totum sic irrigat orbem".
Rivius married Johanna Bogaers. Of their children Johannes Rivius (1599–1665) became an Augustinian canon and a lecturer at Leuven University, while Petrus Rivius (1607–1666) became a Premonstratensian canon of Tongerlo Abbey.
- 1598: Cornelis van Wytfliet, Descriptionis Ptolemaicae Augmentum
- 1599: Matthaeus Galenus, Commentarius in Pauli ad Hebraeos epistolam
- 1599–1600: Martin Delrio, Disquistiones Magicae, 3 vols.
- 1604: Nicolas de Montmorency, Flos Campi
- 1605: Johannes Wamesius, Responsa sive consilia de jure pontificio
- 1614: Maximiliaan de Vriendt, Urbes Flandriæ et Brabantiæ
- 1620: Jacobus Jansenius, Oratio funebris in obitum D. Matthiae Hovii (a funeral oration for Mathias Hovius))
- 1625: Johannes Molanus, Theologiae practicae compendium
- E.K. Purnell and A.B. Hinds (eds.), Report on the Manuscripts of the Marquess of Downshire, Preserved at Easthampstead Park, Berks, vol. 5 (Historical Manuscripts Commission 75; London, H.M. Stationery Office, 1924), p. 405.
- Auguste De Reume, Variétés bibliographiques et littéraires (Brussels, 1848), p. 91
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