Eikon Basilikë

Eikon Basilikë (i.e. the Royal Likeness), a book containing an account of Charles I. during his imprisonment, and ascribed to him as author, but really written by Bishop Gauden, though the MS. may have been perused and corrected by the king; it gives a true picture of his character and possible state of mind.

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

Eighteenth Century * Eildons, The
Ehkili
Ehrenberg
Ehrenbreitstein
Eichhorn, Johann Gottfried
Eichthal, Gustave d'
Eichwald, Charles Edward
Eiffel, Gustave
Eiffel Tower
Eigg
Eighteenth Century
Eikon Basilikë
Eildons, The
Eimeo
Einsiedeln
Eisenach
Eisleben
Eisteddfod
Ekaterinburg
Ekron
Elaine
Elaterium