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Eyck, van.

Hubert (or Huybrecht; ca. 1366–1426) and Jan (ca. 1370-ca. 1441), brothers; reputedly born Maeseyck, Belgium, whence their name; founded Flemish school of painting. Hubert's only known work (and one on which he collaborated with Jan) is an altarpiece at Ghent. Jan's other works include a “Madonna and Child.”

Eylert, Ru(h)lemann Friedrich

(1770–1852). B. Hamre, Westphalia; ev. theol.; court preacher at Potsdam (1806) of Frederick* William III; encouraged the king to initiate inauguration of the Prussian Union. See also Agenda Controversy.

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