Author:Georg Ebers

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Georg Moritz Ebers
(1837–1898)
German Egyptologist and novelist
Georg Moritz Ebers

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Vols. 1, 3, 5, 6, 8, 9, 11, translated by Clara Bell; vol. 2 by Eleanor Grove; vols. 4, 7, 10, 12-15, by Mary J. Safford

I. Uarda.--II. An Egyptian princess.--III. The sisters. Joshua.--IV. Cleopatra.--V. The emperor.--VI. Homo sum. Serapis.--VII. Arachne.--VIII. Bride of the Nile.--IX. A thorny path.--X. In the fire of the forge.--XI. Margery.--XII. Barbara Blomberg.--XIII. A word, only a word. The Burgomaster's wife.--XIV. In the blue pike. A question. The elixer,--XV. The story of my life


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