'Edgar' can also refer to...

Alan Edgar Walker (1911—2001)

Arthur Edgar Leighton (1873—1961)

Broughton, Edgar, Band

Cecil Edgar Tilley (1894—1973) mineralogist and petrologist

Daniel Edgar Sickles (1819—1914)

David Edgar

David Edgar (b. 1948)



Edgar (943—975) king of England

Edgar (c. 1074—1107) king of Scots

Edgar A. Guest (1881—1959)

Edgar Alexander Pask (1912—1966) anaesthetist

(Edgar Algernon) Robert Gascoyne Cecil (1864—1958) politician and peace campaigner

Edgar Allan Poe (1809—1849) American short-story writer, poet, and critic

Edgar Allen (1892—1943)

Edgar Allison Peers (1891—1952) Hispanic scholar and educationist

Edgar Bainton (1880—1956) composer and conductor

Edgar Battle (b. 1907)

Edgar Bergen (1903—1978)

Edgar Blanchard

Edgar Bowers (1924—2000)

Edgar Cayce (1877—1945)

Edgar Charles Smith (1872—1955) naval officer and historian of technology

Edgar Cosma (b. 1925)

Edgar Daniel Nixon (1899—1987)

Edgar Dawn Ross Honderich (b. 1933)

Edgar Dean Mitchell (b. 1930)

Edgar Degas (1834—1917) French painter and sculptor


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4‐act opera by Puccini to lib. by F. Fontana after A. de Musset's verse‐drama La Coupe et ses lèvres (1832). Comp. 1884–8. Prod. Milan 1889; NY 1956. Rev. 3‐act version f.p. Ferrara 1892. Further rev. 1901, 1905 (Buenos Aires, 1905).

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