Hans Ludwig Engel

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Hans Ludwig Engel (1630–22 April 1674) was a Roman Catholic canon lawyer, best known as the author of Collegium Universi Juris Canonici.[1][2] Engel studied at the Austrian Benedictine monastery, Melk Abbey, and also studied law at the University of Salzburg, which he became vice chancellor of in 1669.[3]


  1. ^ "Collegium universi juris canonici". archive.org. 
  2. ^ "Collegium universi juris canonici 1770". Yale Law Library. 
  3. ^ Michael Walsh, ed. (2001). Dictionary of Christian biography. London: Continuum. pp. 427–428. ISBN 0826452639.