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Bea, Augustin, 1881-1968

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Personal name headingBea, Augustin, 1881-1968
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Variant(s)Bea, A. (Augustin), 1881-1968
Bea, Agostino, 1881-1968
Bea, Augustinus, 1881-1968
Bea, Augustin, Cardinal, 1881-1968
Associated countryGermany Italy Vatican City
Associated placeRome (Italy)
Birth date1881-05-28
Death date1968-11-16
Place of birthBlumberg (Baden-Württemberg, Germany)
Place of deathRome (Italy)
AffiliationPontificia Università gregoriana
Profession or occupationPriests
Cardinals Biblical scholars
Found inInstitutiones Biblicae scholis accommodatae. De libris Veteris Testamenti. 1, De Pentateucho, 1928: title page (auctore Augustinus Bea)
Pontificii Instituti Biblici de Urbe prima quinque lustra 1909-VII Maii-1934, 1934: title page (A. Bea, S.I.)
Cor Jesu. Volume 1, 1959: title page (Augustinus Bea S.J.) page xv (Agostino Bea S.J.)
Augustin Cardinal Bea: spiritual profile : notes from the Cardinal's diary, 1970: title page (Augustin Cardinal Bea)
Schmidt, Stjepan. Augustin Bea, the cardinal of unity, 1992: CIP (Augustin Bea) galley (Agostino Bea) book title page (Augustin Bea)
Der Kardinal der Einheit : zum 50. Todestag des Jesuiten, Exegeten und Ökumenikers Augustin Bea (1881-1968), 2018: title page (Augustin Bea (1881-1968))
German Wikipedia, viewed April 12, 2022 (Augustin Bea; Augustin Kardinal Bea SJ; born May 28, 1881, in Riedböhringen (a town section of Blumberg, near Donaueschingen); died November 16, 1968, in Rome; Cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church; served in the Curia; studied in Freiburg im Breisgau; entered the Jesuit order on April 8, 1902; ordained to the priesthood in Valkenburg, the Netherlands, on August 25, 1912; he obtained his Dr. theol. in 1913; in 1924, he was named to the chair of Biblical theology at the Pontificia Università gregoriana in Rome)
Associated languageger ita eng lat