Esdras

Esdras, the name of two books of the Apocrypha, the first, written 2nd century B.C., containing the history of the rebuilding of the Temple and the restoration of its cultus, with a discussion on the strangest of all things, ending in assigning the palm to truth; and the second, written between 97 and 81 B.C., a forecast of the deliverance of the Jews from oppression and the establishment of the Messianic kingdom.

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

Esdraëlon * Esk
Erzgebirge
Eryx
Esau
Eschatology
Eschenbach, Wolfram von
Escher, Johann Heinrich Alfred
Eschines
Escobar, Mendoza Antonio
Escurial
Esdraëlon
Esdras
Esk
Eskimo
Eskimo dog
Esmond, Henry
Esné
Esoteric
Espartero
Espinasse, Clare Françoise
Espinel, Vincent de
Espiritu Santo

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