Erlangen

Erlangen, a Bavarian town on the Regnitz, has a celebrated Protestant university, founded by Wilhelmina, sister of Frederick the Great, who was the Electress; was a place of refuge for the Huguenots in 1685; manufactures in gloves, mirrors, and tobacco are carried on, and brewing.

Population (circa 1900) given as 13,000.

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

Erivan * Erlau
Eric
Eric the Red
Ericsson, John
Erie, Lake
Erigena, Johannes Scotus
Erin
Erinna
Erinnyes, The
Eris
Erivan
Erlangen
Erlau
Erl-King
Erminia
Ernesti, Johann August
Ernst, Elector of Saxony
Ernst I.
Eros
Erostratus
Erpenius
Ersch, Johann Samuel

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Falkenstein, John Henry