Obituaries, Biographies and Funeral Orations
- Vita Justi Lipsii, Antwerp, 1609 (an obituary of Justus Lipsius, one of Miraeus's teachers at Louvain), dedicated to Jan Andrzej Próchnicki (1553–1633), bishop of Kamianets-Podilskyi 1607-1614 (on google books);
- Gentis Spinulae illustrium elogia, Cologne, 1611 (a compendium on the Spinola family, in memory of Federico Spinola), dedicated to Ambrogio Spinola (on google books);
- Laudatio funebris Rudolphi II, Antwerp, 1612 (funeral oration for Rudolph II) - (on google books);
- De vita Alberti pii, sapientis, prudentis Belgarum principis commentarius, Antwerp, 1622 (an obituary for Archduke Albert of Austria (1559–1621)), dedicated to Philip IV of Spain (on google books);
- Serenissimae principis Isabellae Clarae Eugeniae Hispaniarum Infantis laudatio funebris, Antwerp, 1634 (a funeral oration for the Infanta Isabella Clara Eugenia of Spain), dedicated to the Cardinal-Infante Ferdinand of Austria (on google books).
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