(de vita academica)
* [], Mau, ''De Tibulli elegia'': "SCRIPSIT AUGUSTUS MAU.". [http://www.archive.org/details/4770938 ''De Tibulli elegia libri primi secunda'' apud www.archive.org]
* [], Zangemeister et al., ''Inscriptiones parietarae Pompeianae, Herculanenses, Stabianae'': "edidit Augustus Mau et Carolus Zangemeister"
* [], ''Commentaria in Aristotelem graeca. Edita consilio et auctoritate Academiae litterarum regiae </ref> ([[15 Octobris]] [] — [[6 Martii]] []), archaeologus [[Germania|Germanicus]] fuit. [[
<!--borussicae''[http://www.archive.org/details/commentariaina07akaduoft ''Internet Archive: Free Download: Commentaria in Aristotelem graeca. Edita consilio et auctoritate Academiae litterarum regiae borussicae'' apud www.archive.org] was a prominent [[Germany|German]] [[History of art|art historian]] and [[Archaeology|archaeologist]] who worked with the [[Deutsches Archäologisches Institut]] while studying and classifying the [[Ancient Rome|Roman]] paintings at [[Pompeii]], which was destroyed with the town of [[Herculaneum]] by [[volcano|volcanic eruption]] in 79 AD. The paintings were in remarkably good condition due to the preservation by the [[volcanic ash]] that covered the city. Mau first divided these paintings into the four [[Pompeian Styles]] still used as a classification. Mau was born in [[Kiel]], where he read Classical Philology at the [[University of Kiel]], and then at the [[University of Bonn]]. He moved to Rome, for reasons of ill-health, in 1872, where he became Secretary to the German Archaeological Institute and catalogued the holdings of its extensive library. His interests lay above all in Pompeii, with inscriptions and Roman wall paintings, where he built upon the earlier work published by [[Wolfgang Helbig]] and [[Giuseppe Fiorelli]].