a city in Bavaria, in S Germany.
This week, the pope granted the resignation of Walter Mixa, the bishop of Augsburg from his native Germany.
The Cardinal Who Got Away Barbie Latza Nadeau May 10, 2010
John J. Scullion, S.J. Minneapolis: Augsburg Publishing House, 1984.
The Backstory of ‘Noah’ Is Full of Giants, Horny Angels, and a Grieving God Tim Townsend March 27, 2014
The authorities in Augsburg flatly refused to speculate over what it was worth.
The Man Who Hoarded Art for the Nazis Christopher Dickey, Nadette De Visser November 4, 2013
“When we begin to yield, we always yield more,” wrote he to his ministers at Augsburg.
History of the Great Reformation, Volume IV J. H. Merle D’Aubign
Papa was at Augsburg yesterday, and has just come home, and it is all to come off the week after next.
Linda Tressel Anthony Trollope
This was notably the case with the early works printed at Ulm, and in a somewhat lesser degree at Augsburg.
Arts and Crafts Essays Various
When Augsburg was taken, Charles felt that he was not safe at Innspruck.
The Great Events by Famous Historians, Volume 9 Various
Holbein was born at Augsburg, in 1495 or 1496, into a family of artists.
A History of Wood-Engraving George Edward Woodberry
The following year finds him at Coburg, while the diet sat at Augsburg.
Great Men and Famous Women. Vol. 3 of 8 Various
Had it been possible, she would have returned the gift as she did the alms at Augsburg.
Complete Short Works Georg Ebers
a city in S Germany, in Bavaria: founded by the Romans in 14 bc; site of the diet that produced the Peace of Augsburg (1555), which ended the struggles between Lutherans and Catholics in the Holy Roman Empire and established the principle that each ruler should determine the form of worship in his lands. Pop: 259 217 (2003 est) Roman name Augusta Vindelicorum (aʊˈɡuːstə vɪnˈdɛlɪˌkəʊrəm)
- Augsburg confession
the statement of beliefs and doctrines of the Lutherans, formulated by Melanchthon and endorsed by the Lutheran princes, which was presented at the Diet of Augsburg in 1530 and which became the chief creed of the Lutheran Church.
one of a group of ancient Roman officials charged with observing and interpreting omens for guidance in public affairs. soothsayer; prophet. to divine or predict, as from omens; prognosticate. to serve as an omen or promise of; foreshadow; betoken: Mounting sales augur a profitable year. to conjecture from signs or omens; predict. to be a […]
- Augur well for
Also, augur ill for; bode well or ill for. Have good (or bad) expectations for someone or something. For example, John’s recovery from surgery augurs well for the team and The Republican victory in the Congressional elections bodes ill for affirmative action. The verb augur is derived from the Latin word for “soothsayer” (predictor of […]
the art or practice of an ; divination. the rite or ceremony of an augur. an omen, token, or indication. Historical Examples I am writing treatises on augural, pontifical, and civil law. Treatises on Friendship and Old Age Marcus Tullius Cicero Thus, the boundaries of Rome itself, of colonies and camps, were all marked out […]