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The Library of the World’s Best Literature. An Anthology in Thirty Volumes. 1917.

Georg Ebers (1837–1898)

Ebers, Georg Moritz (ā’bers). A German Egyptologist and novelist; born at Berlin, March 1, 1837; died at Munich, Aug. 7, 1898. His historical romances comprise: ‘An Egyptian Princess’ (1864); ‘Uarda’ (1877); ‘Homo Sum’ (1878); ‘The Sisters’ (1879); ‘The Emperor’ (1880); ‘Serapis’ (1885); ‘The Bride of the Nile’ (1886); ‘Joshua’ (1889); ‘Per Aspera’ (1892); ‘Cleopatra’ (1894); and ‘Elifen,’ in verse (1888). Between times he wrote several other historical novels; including ‘The Burgomaster’s Wife’ (1881), of the Spanish dominion in the Low Countries. (See Critical and Biographical Introduction).