Born Sept. 4, 1879, in Stendal; died Nov. 15, 1929, in Berlin. German archaeologist.
In 1922, Ebert became a professor at the University of Kónigs-berg. He was a specialist on the archaeology of the Baltic region and of the southern part of Eastern Europe. Ebert published the multivolume archaeological Dictionary of Prehistory (vols. 1–15, 1924–32).
WORKSIn the collection Baltische Studien zur Archäologie und Geschichte. Berlin, 1914.
Sudrussland im Altertum. Bonn-Leipzig, 1921.