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Georg Ebers

Life: 1837-1898
Ebers discovered an Egyptian medical papyrus, of ca 1550 BCE, at Luxor (Thebes) in the winter of 1873–74. Now in the library of the University of Leipzig, the Ebers papyrus is the most important Egyptian medical papyrus and the oldest preserved medical document anywhere.

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An Egyptian Princess, [en] 1868

Arachne, [en]

Barbara Blomberg, [en]

The Bride of the Nile, [en] 1886

The Burgomaster's Wife, [en] 1881

Cleopatra, [en] 1894

The Complete Short Works of Georg Ebers, [en]

Eene Egyptische Koningsdochter
Historische Roman van George Ebers, [nl]

The Elixir, [en]

The Emperor, [en] 1880

The Greylock, [en]

Homo Sum, [en] 1877

In The Blue Pike
A romance of German civilization at the commencement of the sixteenth century, [en] 1896

In the Fire of the Forge
A Romance of Old Nuremberg, [en]

Joshua, [en] 1889

Margery
A Tale of Old Nuremburg, [en]

A Question, [en]

Serapis, [en]

The Sisters, [en]

The Story of My Life from Childhood to Manhood
The Autobiography of Georg Ebers, [en] 1892

The Nuts
A Christmas Story for my Children and Grandchildren, [en]

A Thorny Path, [en]

Uarda
A Romance of Ancient Egypt, [en] 1876

A Word, Only a Word, [en]

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