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Country Germany
Language German, English, French
Publisher Schwabe AG for the Academy of Sciences and Literature in Mainz
Publication date
1986 to present
Media type Print

The Augustinus-Lexikon is a trilingual scholarly encyclopedia under the editorship of Cornelius Petrus Mayer,[1][2][3][4][5] Robert Dodaro, and others[6] that has as its subject matter the life and works of St Augustine of Hippo. It is a project of the Academy of Sciences and Literature in Mainz[7] and is in the process of being published over a number of years by Schwabe AG, a publishing house in Basel the activities of which extend over five centuries.[8] Pope Benedict XVI is known to be among the admirers and users of this work.[2][9]

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  2. ^ a b Guntram, Förster. "Herausgeber & Redaktion". 
  3. ^ "Augustinus-Lexikon: review from Augustinian Studies". 
  4. ^ de:Cornelius Petrus Mayer
  5. ^ Oort, Johannes Van (1 January 1991). "Review of Augustinus-Lexikon". Vigiliae Christianae. 45 (4): 376–387. doi:10.2307/1584185. JSTOR 1584185 – via JSTOR. 
  6. ^ Guntram, Förster. "Herausgeber & Redaktion". 
  7. ^ "Augustinus-Lexikon : Informationen : Akademie der Wissenschaften und der Literatur - Mainz". 
  8. ^ "Schwabe Verlag -Titel der Reihe". 
  9. ^ User, Super. "Augustinus-Lexikon". 

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