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Ezzo

A priest of Bamberg in the eleventh century, author of a famous poem known as the "Song of the Miracles of…

Esdras

(Or EZRA.) Esdras the man Esdras is a famous priest and scribe connected with Israel's restoration after…

Eznik

A writer of the fifth century, born at Golp, in the province of Taikh, a tributary valley of the Chorokh,…

Asiongaber

More properly Ezion-geber, a city of Idumea, situated on the northern extremity of the Ælanitic Gulf, now…

Ezekiel

Ezekiel, whose name, Yehézq'el signifies "strong is God", or "whom God makes strong" (Ezek. i, 3; iii, 8),…

Ezechias

Ezechias (Hebrew = "The Lord strengtheneth"; Septuagint Ezekias; in the cuneiform inscriptions…

Thomas Eyre

First president of Ushaw College; born at Glossop, Derbyshire; in 1748; died at Ushaw, 8 May, 1810. He was…