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Myths and Legends of Ancient Egypt

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reference to, 182;
Sennacherib, King of the Assyrians and, ra219, ra220
ARCHÆOLOGICAL SOCIETY, ra248
ARCHITECTURE. Rude forms of early, in Egypt, ra312
AR'IS-TE-AS. Soul of, ra6
AR-SIN'OË. TWO royal Ptolemies and an; figures of on stele, ra288
AR'THUR, KING. Reference to, ra87
ART-S. Influence of Bes, ra281;
output of the great Egyptian masters, ra311;
Egyptian, ra311-326;
indigenous to ancient Egypt, ra311;
Japan and China; the great Italian masters, ra311;
the old Spanish artists, ra311;
painting imported from the Low Countries, ra311;
painting and other domestic, in the land of Isis, ra312;
the Thinite, the first period of Egyptian, ra312;
crude images made of mud, ra312;
rude forms of architecture in Egypt, ra312;
the materials of painting, ra315-317;
New Empire, ra317-210;
the Saïte, the last period of Egyptian, ra319, ra320;
Egyptian artists of the Saïte period prone to imitate, ra319;
decline of Egyptian jewellery, ra319;
dawn of Saïte period saw completion of many noble edifices, ra319, ra320;
structures and foreign ideas, ra320;
paintings of period equal to earlier product, ra320;
statuary of Saïte period, ra320;
influences of Egyptian, ra320-323;
Egyptian influences in Spain, ra321;
Egyptian influence on French, ra321;
reference to Comte de Caylus, ra321;
reference to Napoleon's Egyptian expedition, ra321;
reference to Ivan Mestrovic, ra322;
reference to David Edström, ra322;
Post-Impressionists and Impressionists, in Egyptian, ra322, ra323;
artistic remains, ra323;
the value of Egyptian, ra323;
reference to the Salon School and the Rue de Rivoli—also to Clouet,
Boucher, Lancret, Clodion, Dalou, and Rodin, ra323;
the mass of Egyptian remains, far inferior to those of Greek origin, ra323;
the Egyptian a divine colourist, ra324;
Egyptian colour-harmonies, ra324;
reference to Whistler, ra325;
simplicity; in Egyptian, ra325;
great simplicity of Egyptian, ra325, ra326;
reference to Lady Margaret Sackville, ra326;
genius of Egyptian artists, ra326
AS'AR-HA'PI. An aspect of Sarapis, ra306, ra308
A'S-ER. Tree of, ra7
ASH'EMU. Gods of heaven, attributes unknown, ra126
ASHMOLEAN MUSEUM. ra37
ASH'TAR-OTH. See Ashtoreth
ASH'TOR-ETH. An Egyptian god borrowed from Semitic Asia, ra276;
called by Egyptians 'mistress of horses, lady of the chariot,
dweller in Apollinopolis Magna,' ra278;
the terrible goddess of war, ra278;
her worship brought into Egypt, ra278;
mention of, in letter from Tushratta to Amen-hetep III, ra278;
her worship in the Delta, ra278;
a temple to, on the shores of the Serbonian lake, ra278;
identified with the forms of Hathor, or Isis-Hathor, ra278;
the national goddess of the Syrians, ra278;
Rameses II named one of his sons after her (Mer-Astrot), ra279;
depicted as lioness-headed, ra278;
Qetesh considered, an aspect of, ra279
A'SO. Queen of Ethiopia; in league with Set for murder of Osiris, ra66
AS'SA. Pyramid of, called the Beautiful, ra26
ASS'UAN (pron. As-wān). Tombs and quarries of, ra43
ASSYRIAN-S. Reference to, monster Tiamat, counterpart of Apep, ra132;
Sennacherib, King of the, ra219, ra220;
Egyptian artists learn from the, ra319
AS-TAR'TE. Equivalent, Athenais, ra68;
aids Isis, ra69;
is shown battlefield by Horus, ra88
ASTROLOGICAL. Knowledge; of the Egyptians, ra272, ra273;
calendars, ra273
AT'EF. Crown, the, worn by Thoth, ra106
AT'EN. Disk of the sun, ra156;
cult of during reign of Amenhetep IV, ra157;
regarded as abode of sun-god, ra157, ra

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