Ebers, George Moritz (18371898)

Ebers, George Moritz, German Egyptologist, born at Berlin; discovered an important papyrus; was professor successively at Jena and Leipzig; laid aside by ill-health, betook himself to novel-writing as a pastime; was the author of “Aarda, a Romance of Ancient Egypt,” translated by Clara Bell (18371898).

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

Eberhard, Johann August * Ebert, Karl Egon
East River
Eastbourne
Easter
Eastern States
Eastlake, Sir Charles Lock
Eastwick, Edward Backhouse
Eau Creole
Eau-de-Cologne
Ebal, Mount
Eberhard, Johann August
Ebers, George Moritz
Ebert, Karl Egon
Ebionites
Eblis
Ebony
Ebro
Ecbatana
Ecce Homo
Ecchymosis
Ecclefechan
Ecclesiastes