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This chapter presents a list of reference works, articles and abbreviations cited for this book Jacob Boehme's Aurora: Translation, Introduction, and Commentary. The book provides a commentary on the historical setting, language, and concepts of Jacob Boehme's Aurora. The main tools are the Bible, the Grimms' Deutsches Wörterbuch, and several other pertinent reference works. Interpreting Aurora in context requires searching out the most relevant and proximate sources for his terms.

Keywords: Aurora; Bible

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