Ekkehard

(from the article `Scheffel, Joseph Victor von`) poet and novelist whose immensely popular humorous epic poem Der Trompeter von Säckingen (1854; `The Trumpeter of Säckingen`) and historical novel ...
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Ekkehard

Ekkehard (ek'uhärt) , name of several medieval German authors, monks of the monastery of St. Gall, which is in present-day Switzerland. Ekkehard I. wrote the famous Latin epic Waltharius (c.930), celebrating the deeds of the Alemannic prince Walter. Ekkehard II,. fl. 10th cent., was the tut...
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Ekkehard

Ekkehard (and Eckardt, Eckard, Eckhardt, Ekkehart) is a German given name. It is composed of the elements ekke `edge, blade; sword` and hart `brave; hardy`. Variant forms include Eckard, Eckhard, Eckhart, Eckart. The Anglo-Saxon form of the name was Ecgheard, possibly attested in the toponym Eggerton. ==Middle Ages== It was the name of five mo...
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