Areopagitika da kʻartʻuli pʻilosopʻiuri azris sakitʻxebi, 1991 t.p. (Areopagitika) p. 37 (Psevdo-Dionise Areopagelisa) p. 69 (Psevdo-Dionisii︠a︡ Areopagita)
Encycl. Amer., 1980 v. 9, p. 136, etc. (Dionysius the Pseudo-Areopagite, often called Pseudo-Dionysius; author of several theol. works; claimed to be the convert of St. Paul; it is believed that he was a late 5th or 6th c. Syrian writer. Scholars still unable to agree on his identity; Pseudo-Dionysius most often confused with Dionysius the Areopagite, an Athenian converted to Christianity by St. Paul; the Athenian Dionysius was once credited with mystical writings now assigned to 5th c. author known as Dionysius the Pseudo-Areopagite)
Hipler, F. Dionysius, der Areopagite, 1861.
His Los nombres divinos y otros escritos, c1980 t.p. (Pseudo Dionisio Areopagita)
LCCN 45018211: His Œuvres complètes du Pseudo-Denys l'Aréopagite, c1943.