Curtius, Ernst (b. 1814)

Curtius, Ernst, a German archæologist and philosopher, born at Lübeck; travelled in Greece and Asia Minor; contributed much by his researches to the history of Greece, and of its legends and works of art; his jubilee as a professor was celebrated in 1891, when he received the congratulations of the Emperor William II., to whose father he at one time had acted as tutor; (b. 1814).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Curtius * Curtius, Georg
Cure`tes
Cureton, William
Curiatii
Curle, Edmund
Curling
Curran, John Philpot
Currie, James
Currie, Sir Philip
Curtis, George William
Curtius
Curtius, Ernst
Curtius, Georg
Curtius, Quintus Rufus
Curtmantle
Curule chair
Curwen, John
Curzon, George Nathaniel, Lord
Cushing
Cushman, Charlotte
Custine, Count de
Cüstrin