Lubin, Augustin

Lubin, Augustin a French monk, was born in Paris January 29, 1624; was early admitted to the Order of Reformed Augustinian monks, became their provincial at Bourges, and assistant general at Rome. He died at Paris March 7, 1695. Lubin had a particular knowledge of all the benefices of France and the abbeys of Italy. He published many learned works on ancient and sacred geography; among others, Tabulel Sacrae Geographlica (Paris, 1670): — Martyrologium Romanum, cum tabulis geographis et notis historicis (Paris, 1660): — Tables geographiques pour les Vies des hommes illustres de Plutarque, dresses sur la traduction de l'Abbe Tallemant (Paris, 1671): — Clef du grand Pouille des Benefices de France, containing the names of the abbeys, of their founders, their situation, etc. (Paris, 1671); etc. See Dupin, Auteurs ecclesiast. du dixseptieme siecle; Journal des Savants, 1695, page 220.

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