Georg Moritz Ebers (Ebers Georg Moritz)( German Egyptologist.)
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Biography Georg Moritz Ebers (Ebers Georg Moritz)
Born in Berlin on March 1, 1837. He was educated at the universities of GцTttingen, Berlin and Jena. He made two expeditions to Egypt made them the opening set out in the Ebers of Egypt and the Books of Moses (gypten und die Bcher Moses, 1867-1868). In 1870 he became a professor at Leipzig University and served in that post until 1889. Famous medical papyrus, found them in Thebes and published in 1874, is named in his honor Ebers Papyrus. To popularize Egyptology, wrote a series a success of historical novels (most of them translated into Russian), . among them - Pharaoh's Daughter (Eine gyptische Knigstochter, . 1864), . Ward (1877), . Emperor (Der Kaiser, . 1881), . Serapis (1885), . Bride of the Nile (Die Nilbraut, . 1887) and Cleopatra (1894),
. Died Ebers in Tutzing (Bayern Munich), August 7, 1898.