EGLI, EMIL: Swiss theologian; b. at Flaach (15 m. n.n.e. of Zurich) Jan. 9, 1848; d. in Zurich Dec. 31, 1908. He was educated at the University.of Zurich, held charges in its canton, became tutor in its university in 1880 and later full professor of church. history. He was the foremost Zwingli scholar of his time and made remarkable contributions to Zwingliana and to Zurich reformation history, e.g., Aetensammlusg zur Geschichte der Zürcher Reformation is den. Jahren 1619-1633 (Zurich, 1879); Asaleckt Refor»laloria, I. Dokumenle and Abhdndlunges zur Geschichte Ztuisglis und seiner Zeit, II. Biographies: Bibliander, Ceporin, Johannes Bullinger (2 vols., 1899-1901); his editorship of Ztvingliana, the semi-annual publication since 1897 of the Zwingli Museum in Zurich; and chiefly since 1904, and in conjunction with Georg Finder, of the probably final edition of Zwingli'a yYerke (Berlin, vol. i. completed 1905, voL 11908; vol. iii. was to begin the correspondence).
EGINHARD. See Einhard.
EGLINUS (von Goetzen; Lat. Icortiua), RAPHAEL: Swiss theologian, an advocate of Calvin's doctrines in Hesse; b. at Rilesickon (5 m. s. of Zurich) Dec. 28, 1559; d. at Marburg Aug. 20, 1622. He was the son of a clergyman, received instruction in Chur and Chiavenna, studied in Zurich, then under Beza in Geneva, and under Gryneeus in Basel. His filet position was as a
Bibliography: F. W. Strueder, Grundlage zu eiuer heaeir ashen Gelehrten- uud Schriftatelder-Geschichte, iii. 299-318, GSttinycen, 1783 (contains a liar of the works of Eglinus).
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