Lepsius, Karl Richard (18101884)

Lepsius, Karl Richard, a celebrated Egyptologist, born in Prussian Saxony; took at first to the study of philology under Bopp, but early devoted himself to the study of the antiquities of Egypt; headed in 1842 an expedition of research among the monuments under the king of Prussia, which occupied five years, and was fertile in important results, among others the production of a work in 12 vols. on the subject entitled “Denkmäleraus Egypten und Ethiopien,” issued between 1849 and 1860; he was the author also of works on philology (18101884).

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

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